Tech Parks Arizona creates interactive ground, which generates, attracts and supports technology companies and talent in alignment with the goals of the University of Arizona.

This video showcases the Tech Park not only as a place where technology breakthroughs are happening but, as one of Tucson's best workplaces. Take a moment to watch the new video that captures the energy of the people at the UA Tech Park. This new video will be used to market the Park across the world, recruiting more of the top companies that will employee Tucson's best and brightest.

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Vote Tech Park as Tucson's Best Workplace

The UA Tech Park has been nominated as one of the Best Workplace in Tucson. Help us win this recognition by voting us the most innovative and best culture in the workplace. Cast your vote today from your computer or by texting and you don't have to be an employee to vote.

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Internship Opportunities

Tech Parks Arizona is hiring university student interns interested in having real-world work experience. Student interns can work directly for the Tech Park or with one of the startup companies at the Arizona Center for Innovation.  

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Solar Technology Showcase

The UA Tech Park hosted a visit by the Solar Car Challenge (SSC) during the Solar Technology Showcase on July 21. The Tech Park highlighted its award-winning solar initiatives including Racing the Sun and Solar Zone as part of the Solar Technology Showcase. Participants got an up-close and personal experience with these solar cars. The SSC is a national STEM-based initiative that strives to help motivate students in the fields of Science, Engineering, and Alternative Energy.       

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Local Bioscience Startup wins National Award

Reglagene Holding, Inc. was selected as an Innovation Excellence winner of the Freedom from Cancer Startup Challenge, a nationwide contest dedicated to startups that better prevent, diagnose, treat and cure cancers. Reglagene stems from groundbreaking innovation discovered at the University of Arizona. Founders worked with Tech Launch Arizona to commercialize their innovation and the Arizona Center for Innovation to help develop their business.

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Global Advantage

Global Advantage hosted a series of meetings centered around international energy collaborations. Naiomi Weiner (Tech Parks Arizona) was joined by: Ted Burhans, Manager of Renewable Energy Resources for Tucson Electric Power; Dorit Davidovich Banet, the CEO of Eliat-Eliot Renewable Energy Initiative in Israel; Gili Ovadia, the Consul of the Government of Israel Economic Mission to the West Coast; and Guy Gutterman, the Economic Mission's CleanTech lead. Meetings also included private American companies in the sector that are affiliated with Global Advantage / Tech Parks Arizona.

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O-RETINAS Teachers

Three Native American high school teachers interned at the UA Tech Park as part of the Optics Research Experience for Teachers in Native-American Schools (O-RETINAS) sponsored by the UA College of Optics. ORETINAS is a federally-funded program that is hosted by the Center for Integrated Access Networks in Optical Science. The three teachers hosted were Olivia Lansing-Spencer (Mesa, AZ), Raul Mediavillo (Gallup, NM), and Joycetta Yazzie (Kayenta, AZ).

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Tom Warne

Mr. Tom Warne was elected as the new Chair of the Campus Research Corporation (CRC) Board of Directors. Mr. Warne is a commercial real estate developer who has developed commercial office, industrial, and retail space. He graduated from the University of Arizona in 1965. Mr. Warne brings extensive real estate and developmental experience to the board.

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Mara Aspinall

Ms. Mara Aspinall is a new member for the Campus Research Corporation (CRC) Board of Directors. Ms. Aspinall is a healthcare industry leader and groundbreaker and has a deep commitment to building the Tucson community. Ms. Aspinall is the President and CEO of the Health Catalysts Group, a company devoted to the growth of new healthcare companies in Arizona.

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Gregg Goldman

Mr. Gregg Goldman serves as one of the University of Arizona representatives on the Campus Research Corporation (CRC) board of directors. Mr. Goldman is the Senior Vice President for Business Affairs and CFO of the University of Arizona. Mr. Goldman brings extensive experience and expertise in financial management to the board.

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