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Tucson is test site for new IBM solar technology

Tucson is test site for new IBM solar technology

The University of Arizona Science and Technology Park is home to several massive solar-energy projects as part of its Solar Zone demonstration project.

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Tucson tech: Science grants are reaping returns

Science Foundation Arizona's boost to the state's tech sector is still rippling out into the economy, even as it has turned its focus to technology education, according to the most recent annual report card on the nonprofit tech foundation.

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Tucson tech: The industry had some hits, a few misses in 2012

Tucson tech: The industry had some hits, a few misses in 2012

A Raytheon employee works on the Griffin minimissile, one of the company's positive developments in 2012. Raytheon also won some healthy production contracts for weapons during the past year.

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Tucson tech: The industry had some hits, a few misses in 2012

Tucson tech: The industry had some hits, a few misses in 2012

From missiles to microbes, here's a look back at some of the top stories and trends of 2012 - and what may lie ahead in 2013:

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Tucson tech: Solar innovator gets $1M boost

Tucson tech: Solar innovator gets $1M boost

With a major shakeout still ongoing in the solar-energy industry, new sun-harvesting technologies are dying on the vine - perhaps deservedly so, in some cases.

November 27, 2012 12:00 am Photos

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Tucson tech: Solar innovator gets $1M boost

Tucson tech: Solar innovator gets $1M boost

The slimmer, lighter cooling system reduces shading on mirrors of the next-generation concentrating photovoltaic system.

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Tucson tech: Solar innovator gets $1M boost

Tucson tech: Solar innovator gets $1M boost

Artist's rendering shows the next-generation concentrating photovoltaic system under development by Tucson-based REhnu Inc.

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100 days of science: Roger Angel developed way to build huge, precise telescope mirrors

100 days of science: Roger Angel developed way to build huge, precise telescope mirrors

A large rotating furnace casts a telescope mirror at the University of Arizona's Steward Observatory Mirror Lab.

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S. AZ's science synergy

S. AZ's science synergy

David Galbraith, center, a plant geneticist and professor, tests out a plate transfer robot at the Bio5 Institute at the University of Arizona.

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S. AZ's science synergy

S. AZ's science synergy

Lab technician Becky Eichorst makes polymers at Medipacs, which operates at the Arizona Center for Innovation's "wet lab."

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S. AZ's science synergy

S. AZ's science synergy

A prototype solar energy system designed by University of Arizona astronomy professor Roger Angel is tested in a courtyard between buildings on the UA campus. A fully functional system is under construction at the UA Science and Technology Park.

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S. AZ's science synergy

S. AZ's science synergy

Five years after its inception and nearly three years after losing most of its state funding, Arizona's public-private science partnership is still bearing fruit - particularly in Southern Arizona.

July 15, 2012 12:00 am Photos

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S. AZ's science synergy

S. AZ's science synergy

Mark Schwartz, a scientist, works at HTG Molecular Diagnostics Inc. at 3430 E. Global Loop, near South Palo Verde and East Valencia roads. The biotech company is expanding into new products.

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