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AZ Tech Beat | November 17, 2018

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7 Startups to compete at AZ Technology Council Startup Connect

December 7, 2015 |

Startups ranging from jumping the line at your favorite nightclub to finding the closest farmers market will compete this week at the annual Arizona Technology Council StartupConnect AZ for a cash prize and receive some good 1:1 time with CEOs, … Read More

ASU Fulton Engineer School launches Startup Center, holds Demo Day competition

November 19, 2015 |

Co-written with Chloe Nordquist

Arizona State University’s Fulton Schools officially launched their Startup Center Thursday as a way to empower undergraduate and graduate students within the schools to explore entrepreneurial ideas.

The Center will offer innovation courses, workshops, mentoring and … Read More

Challenge Cup AZ names 1st round of winners

November 16, 2015 |

Co-written Tishin Donkersley

The Arizona technology community of co-working spaces, incubators and startups came together this past Saturday for the inaugural Challenge Cup AZ where startups from around Arizona competed for a seat in the next round held in San Francisco.

Co-hosted … Read More

AZTB Tailgate Giveaway – UofA vs ASU Rivalry Game in Tempe

October 26, 2015 |

Who’s going to the UofA vs ASU football game on November 21st? Do you have tailgate plans? Now you do!

Tailgater Concierge has teamed up with AZ Tech Beat on a Tailgate Giveaway! One lucky fan will win a Field … Read More

Medtech startup NeoLight to help babies with jaundice – interview with co-founders

October 12, 2015 |

Video Contribution by Xavier Smith

Medtech startup Neolight, a device that helps treat jaundice in newborn babies, is continuing to gain speed and will soon be finalizing their product and sending it off for FDA approval.

“Neolight is a phototherapy medical … Read More

SynCardia’s heart beats for Wall Street, filed for IPO – updated

October 6, 2015 |

Tucson-based SynCardia Systems, a total artificial heart development, manufacturing and commercializing company, filed for IPO under the proposed symbol TAHT (total artificial heart temporary) and looking to raise $34.5 million according to NASDAQ.

The company plans to issue 2.5 million shares … Read More

ASU partners with Local Motors on 3D printed car

September 16, 2015 |

By early 2016, you may see a new type of car on the streets. This car will be made out of parts made with, you guessed it, a 3D printer.

Arizona State University and Local Motors have partnered to advance … Read More

ASU professor awarded Bioscience Researcher of the Year

September 10, 2015 |

ASU professor Wayne D. Frasch, Ph.D. was named the 2015 Arizona Bioscience Researcher of the Year for his DNA profiling technology.

“The Arizona Bioscience Researcher of the Year Award is our industry’s way of recognizing the amazing work happening here … Read More

Dropbox cloud storms into Sun Devil territory

September 8, 2015 |

Arizona State University is upgrading from slow servers and thumb drives to cloud-based storage.

ASU is joining the list of universities that are now using Dropbox for Education’s collaboration platform.

They launched the platform university-wide for over 10,000 faculty … Read More

2015 Governor’s Celebration of Innovation announces winners

September 3, 2015 |

The Arizona Technology Council and the Arizona Commerce Authority announced the winners for the 2015 Governor’s Celebration of Innovation awards Tuesday.

The awards honors members of Arizona’s technology ecosystem who impact the state’s growing technology community.

“Each year we set … Read More