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.

The UA Tech Park, one of the nation's premier university research parks, offers a variety of research and development space. Its first-class facilities and flexible space options make the UA Tech Park a perfect home for fast growing technology companies. Not to mention the invaluable opportunity to "rub shoulders" with scientists and engineers in the cafe, on the grounds and through a variety of special programs.

View the various office, production and flex space options available here >

UA/TLA Startup SinfoniaRX Scores Big Win 

Retail giant Walmart will use the software of University of Arizona (UA) startup SinfoniaRx to monitor prescription medications - a textbook example of how Tech Launch Arizona (TLA) and tech transfer work at the UA are creating impact.

Israel Festival

The 12 Torches ceremony honored representatives of local Jewish and non-Jewish organizations with connections to Israel. Bruce Wright of Tech Parks Arizona kindles a torch in celebration of the Global Advantage program and its Israel Initiative.

UA-Connected Companies Advance in CleanTech Open

GlycoSurf, Sharing Tribes, Infinurja, UBM - all AzCI-connected companies - and other Tucson-based companies have advanced to the semifinal round of the 2015 CleanTech Open for the Rocky Mountain region.

Solar Energy

Solar Energy is on the rise. Arizona Public Media explores the solar industry in Arizona with an in-depth 4 part series. Various professionals in the industry share their insights about the industry and how Arizona can be a leader in this area.


Global Advantage

Global Advantage continues to expand its outreach. Following a successful visit by Israeli Consul General Siegel and community briefing on the Israel Initiative, we inaugurated the Mexico Initiative. Mexico City meetings were held with CONACYT, Israeli Ambassador and Economic Consul to Mexico to further the trilateral initiative between Mexico, Israel and Arizona.

Tech Parks Team Profile

Brynne Peters is a Vail High School graduate that works in the office as a database intern with the Salesforce program. Brynne will be attending Northern Arizona University in the fall to major in environmental science and Spanish. He is very active with National Business Leaders of America and will be traveling to Chicago for their National Leadership Conference where he will compete in the business plan category and hopes to win first place.

Tech Parks Arizona is part of Tech Launch Arizona, an office of integrated teams creating an ecosystem of invention and commercialization throughout Arizona and beyond. TLA generates social and economic impact through bringing the inventions of the University of Arizona from the lab to the marketplace.

Tech Parks Arizona
9070 S. Rita Road, Suite 1750, Tucson AZ 85747 520-621-4088