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Arizona’s Bioscience Roadmap Breaking New Ground

man looking at molecular structure model

Arizona’s bioscience roadmap has helped guide the state into the future. A political breakthrough, not a scientific one, may be the biggest spark for the Valley’s burgeoning bioscience industry. “The bioscience industry is critical to our economic future,” says Greg Stanton, who took over as the new mayor of Phoenix in January. “While other industries… Read More →

Speaker: Mark Kranz ~ BIG Green Expo & Conference 2011

BIG Green Expo & Conference 2011
by in Events | Green

Mark Kranz, SmithGroup Mark Kranz, AIA, LEED AP, is the design principal and lead designer for the Phoenix office of SmithGroup’s Higher Education and Science and Technology Studios.  Mark’s work has been published locally, regionally and nationally. He speaks publicly about sustainable design strategies for laboratory and academic facilities, and his work is consistently recognized… Read More →

Oil Absorbing Robots, Energy Awareness Month And More

Oil Absorbing seaswarm Robot
by in Blogs | Economy | Green | Tech

Here’s the latest green news on oil absorbing robots, energy awareness month, eco-moms going strong, and others. Fresh & Easy Opens First Store with CO2 Refrigeration A recently-opened Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market in Southern California is the first to use naturally-occurring carbon-dioxide refrigeration, and the first to be certified by the EPA’s GreenChill Partnership,… Read More →