Bio Ag: Arizona Lunar Greenhouse
The Prototype Lunar Greenhouse (LGH) is equipped as a Bioregenerative Life Support System (BLSS) through the design and construction of an innovative hydroponic plant growth chamber. Centered on using plants to sustain a continuous vegetarian diet for astronauts, a typical BLSS employs plants and crop production in addition for food, to also provide air revitalization, water recycling, and waste recycling for the crew. Fulfilling the requirement of NASA's GES and the late Mr. Steckler's dream of space colonization, the LGH aims to deliver more than supporting a sustained human presence in space. The LGH aspires to bring practical commerical-ready technology to Earth's CEA forefront.
Announcing Grants for Emerging Medical Device Companies
Arizona has one of the fastest growing bioscience communities in the US; annual total economic activity is now $28.8 billion. It has a particularly robust medical device sector, which constitutes 32% of Arizona’s non-hospital bioscience employment. With first-class research institutions and an industry spanning from one-person shops to industry giants, Arizona has it all.To support this critically important sector, the City of Peoria, Arizona, BioAccel and The Plaza Companies have created BioInspire™, an incubator in Peoria dedicated to medical device development that provides working capital and space to qualifying companies. More than just a facility, this collaboration was created to connect the medical device community.
Dr. Adelson has been recognized as one of the foremost experts on pediatric head injury , lecturing around the United States and the world. Now he joined Phoenix Children's to expand a program that surpasses the typical model of pediatric care. For some, it's playing a musical instrument. For others, it's painting. But for P. David Adelson, MD, FACS, FAAP, the director of the Hospital's Barrow Neurological Institute and chief of neurosurgery, his passion is a bit atypical. "My hobby is neuroscience," he says. "The heart's a pump, the kidney's a filter – those are all simple functions which are there to support who we are and what we do." But the brain controls it all, he says. "I just looked at the brain and neurosciences as the next frontier; studying something of which I would never get bored." Dr. Adelson has been recognized as one of the foremost experts on pediatric head injury clinical management, lecturing around the United States and the world. He has been published in numerous medical and scientific journals defining "state-of-the art" in the care of children with traumatic brain injuries. The path to Phoenix Children's Hospital Dr. Adelson came to Phoenix in January from Pittsburgh, where he served as the A. Leland Albright Endowed Professor of Neurosurgery/Pediatric Neurosurgery at Children's Hospital of Pittsburgh and Vice Chairman, (Research) at the University of Pittsburgh School of Medicine , one of the most prominent neurosurgical departments in the country.
DNA on a Shirt
DNA on a SHIRT is an innovative, unique company that created wearable and wallable™ genetic art that couples art and science, meshing fashion and education in the process. Through their various DNA inspired T-shirts and art prints, our mission is to create a catalyst for engagement by engaging art, science and people. Our products include art pieces and T-shirts that showcase the DNA fingerprint of people, pets, plants and zoo animals.
Daniel Von Hoff Keynote
Daniel Von Hoff, MD, FACP Daniel D. Von Hoff, M.D., F.A.C.P., is currently Physician in Chief and Director of Translational Research at TGen (Translational Genomics Research Institute) in Phoenix, Arizona. He is also Chief Scientific Officer for US Oncology and for Scottsdale Healthcare's Clinical Research Institute. He is also a Clinical Professor of Medicine, University of Arizona.
Ground Broken for University of Arizona Cancer Center in Phoenix
Ground Broken for University of Arizona Cancer Center in Phoenix Ground was officially broken on the new University of Arizona Cancer Center (UACC) at St. Joseph's Hospital and Medical Center/Dignity Health outpatient facility in downtown Phoenix in February, 2013. Located on the Phoenix Biomedical Campus at 625 N. Sixth St., on the northwest corner of Fillmore and Seventh streets, the center is expected to be open in 2015. Follow the project's construction progress at www.phoenixcancercenter.org