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Venture capital. It’s a phrase that can conjure images of celebrations marking paydays for innovators and payoffs for investors. However, there are .

So how do Arizona’s two largest metro areas stack up when it comes to opportunities for STEM positions? The answer is, pretty well. WalletHub ranked.

Having a good idea is not enough. It’s having the funding sources needed to cover the costs of getting from Point A to Point B and beyond before the.

Stanislau Herasimenka, an electrical engineering assistant research professor in the Ira A. Fulton Schools of Engineering at Arizona State University,.

The Council and its publishing partner, the Arizona Commerce Authority, are transitioning the TechConnect publication to a blog format. That means the.

Pima Community College’s new Autonomous Vehicle Driver and Operations Specialist program. The program was launched in the fall semester through a pa.

Audiologist and molecular biologist O’neil Guthrie, an associate professor in Northern Arizona University’s Department of Communication Sciences a.

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