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 and the Arizona Center for Innovation (AzCI) were selected by the US Department of Energy's National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) to participate in the American-Made Solar Prize as a "connector" organization. The goal is to accelerate and sustain American entrepreneurship and solar innovation. The UA Tech Park and AzCI are part of the American-Made Network, a diverse and powerful network consisting of national laboratories, universities, energy incubators, facilities, industry partners, and other organizations essential to the success of new innovations that will be inspired by the Solar Prize Competition.

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Airforce Leaders Visit the UA Tech Park

The UA Tech Park hosted the Chief Master Sergeants from Davis Monthan for a presentation and tour of the Tech Park in mid-August. The Park is working closely with the Air Force Base to build a strong relationship and be a good neighbor.

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National Relaxation Day

Employees from across the UA Tech Park Campus enjoyed free massages to celebrate National Relaxation Day. Are you interested in what is happening at Technology's Best Address?  

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Vail Early College Students Visit the UA Tech Park

The Vail School District inaugural class of 43 students from Vail Early College visited the UA Tech Park on August 14. The students learned about the mission of Tech Parks Arizona, toured the Tech Park campus and labs, and discussed career readiness with Anita Bell of the Arizona Center for Innovation and Mario Blanco of NANOPEC.       

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Money Workshop

AzCI organizes several workshops on the go to help entrepreneurs develop their businesses. The next workshop, "Money: The 2nd Most Important Resource" will aid you in answering capital-related questions in your business. This workshop is for you if you are wondering what types of funding resources are available, if you are struggling with working capital, and/or are considering business loans and other dilutive financing options. These workshops are taught around town and are coming to an area near you. RSVP today.

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AI Water Management

NOAH, a client of the Arizona Center for Innovation, is holding a training entitled "Artificial Intelligence & Optimization for Improved Water Management", from November 5 to November 7 at the UA Tech Park. This comprehensive, two-day course is taught by experts who helped pioneer the use of AI in water management. The course is designed for a wide range of industry professionals seeking cutting-edge solutions: from managers looking for resource-saving applications for their organization, to hydrologists, engineers, and IT experts who want to apply the technology in support of modeling, prediction, and management struggles.

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Jason Tsudik

Jason Tsudik, a student worker at the Tech Park, is a UA Eller College of Business graduate working in compliance with plans to become an attorney. Jason worked with the Tech Park team, site management, and attorneys to update, amend, and restate a 25-year-old large and complex legal contract - the Project Operation Agreement for the UA Tech Park.

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