/ Modified sep 8, 2023 4:36 p.m.

BioTech company expands UA

Strike Photonics, Inc is moving to the University of Arizona Tech Park.

UA Old Main building The fountain and lawn in front of Old Main on the University of Arizona campus. From August, 2019.
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Strike Photonics, Inc. announced its plans to expand to the University of Arizona Tech Park.

Originally from Texas, Strike Photonics joins over 100 other businesses and tech companies at the UA Tech Park.

The biotechnology company expanded to Arizona to work with University of Arizona graduates of the College of Optical Sciences and to be near-future potential clients.

Strike Photonics uses semiconductor technology to create advanced product solutions in biotechnology, telecommunications, optical computing, and electronic defense.

Strike is committed to innovation and strives for progress through seamless integration of technology and engineering.

“This expansion signifies our commitment to pushing semiconductor capabilities to the leading edge, empowering us to create solutions that truly matter and drive change,” said Strike Photonics CEO, Todd Doshier.

Strike is excited to expand and partner with UA Tech Park. The park’s infrastructure allows for further expansion in the future, said Doshier.

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