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.

Tech Parks Arizona has developed a new user-friendly interactive map giving people a bird's-eye view of the campus. Users can take virtual tours and get directions based on their interests and needs. They can also learn about the businesses and programs available at the UA Tech Park. Users can view spaces available for lease, view construction areas, share directions to specific parking lots and learn about the different amenities offered at the park like the new event center, health and wellness classes and onsite food options through this new interactive map.

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Startup Licenses UA-Invented Radar System

The University of Arizona has licensed a pair of technologies to startup Lunewave, Inc. The company is commercializing the College of Engineering inventions to improve automotive radar systems with inexpensive, high-performing 3D printed Luneburg lenses. The Lunewave team is a current participant in the Arizona Center for Innovation incubator located at UA's Tech Park facility where the team is executing on an NSF STTR grant to scale up the technology.

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Racing the Sun Orientation

Racing the Sun challenges high school students to design, build, and race solar-powered go-karts. Racing the Sun is organized by Tech Parks Arizona and provides a STEM (science, technology, engineering, and math) experience that reaches beyond the classroom. Learn all the details necessary to compete in 2017-2018 go-kart competition by attending a teacher orientation session. New and returning high school teachers are encouraged to attend.

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Native American School Teachers 

As part of a NSF funded program, Research Experience for Teachers (RET) through the College of Optics, a cohort of teachers working primarily with Native American students have participated in research and job shadowing at the Tech Park. The cohort of teachers engage with industry and connect to the University of Arizona (UA) through research in UA labs, classes taught through the Teachers in Industry program as well as a university research project with a UA faculty member. Through interaction with researchers and industry, the program provides teachers with the tools and experiences that they can incorporate into their classroom and encourage students to pursue STEM careers.

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Workshop on Customer Discovery Applied

Join the Arizona Center for Innovation downtown for an in-depth, hands-on workshop on August 2 that will teach customer insight strategies and best practices to identify customers for unique products or services. This workshop is for growing businesses that want to deepen customer relationships, startup entrepreneurs that want to validate customer segments, or people looking to explore new products and services for existing businesses.

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People Profile

Atreyu Hasenstab, a recent graduate of Empire High School, is a student worker at the Tech Park and is producing instructional videos for future students participating in Racing The Sun, the solar go-kart competition led by Tech Parks Arizona. Atreyu collaborates with mentors to outline Racing The Sun storyboards then goes on to film, edit and produce the final product. He is enjoying producing these videos over the summer because they both challenge and utilize his artistic skills. Atreyu plans on attending the University of Arizona and majoring in engineering this fall.

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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