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Science Foundation Arizona

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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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.

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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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