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3 AZ Cities Selected for Potential Partnership with Google Fiber

Phoenix, Tempe, Scottsdale may receive ultra-high-speed cable, Internet up to 100X faster; Brewer argues good to lure high-tech companies.

We discover what genetics can tells us about the heart with Jil Tardiff, M.D., Ph.D. from the University of Arizona Department of Medicine and the Department of Cellular and Molecular Medicine.

Genetic Studies of Heart Help in Cardiovascular Research

Researchers study problems with heart muscle, starting from the molecule; new tools help understand how genetic mutations lead to heart conditions.

Tucson Develops New Smartphone App to Fight Graffiti

"MyTucson" is used by the city to help with problem; study says it spent about $1M on graffiti removal in 2012.

We are joined by Eric Lutz, Ph.D., CMSP and Mary Poulton, Ph.D.to discuss mining safety and the dangers that many of us, who work above ground, may find hard to imagine.

AZ Groups Working to Improve Mining Safety

Despite safeguards, technological improvements, people still die or are injured every year in accidents.

We learn about Cave Fest at Kartchner Caverns State Park with Robert Casavant, Ph.D. Manager of Science and Research/Natural Resources for Arizona State Parks.

Festival Aims to Highlight Science Within AZ Historic Caverns

Cave Fest is hosted by Kartchner Caverns State Park, encourages visitors to learn about research taking place in area.

David Galbraith and Tom Doetschman from BIO5 Institute & School of Plant Sciences discuss recently published RNA research that could have implications in cancer research, studies of organ functioning, and disease.

UA's RNA Research Helping Scientists with Cancer Diagnosis

New developments in molecular biology make it possible to measure messenger RNA in single cells.

NASA launches a ship in to space.

NASA Changes Worry Tucson Planetary Science

New grant-funding structure promises more money for planetary research, but local scientist negative impacts.

Sharon Bronson, the co-chair of TREO (Tucson Regional Economic Opportunities), and Mara Aspinall, President of Ventana Medical Systems, discuss biomedical diagnostics and how it is effecting Pima County.

AZ Will Be First Home to New Bioscience Degree

Local biotech company, Ventana Medical Systems, joins forces with ASU to train workers in biomedical diagnosis.

The Silver Screen vs. The Handheld Screen

Film writer Chris Dashiell reflects on how the cinematic experience changed as movies transition from theaters to television to the palm of your hand

Jennifer Kehlet Barton, Interim Vice President for Research at the University of Arizona, Ray Woosley, MD, Ph.D., founder of the Critical Path Institute, and Ron Shoopman, President of the Southern Arizonal Leadership Council, discuss how Tucson has been a major player in the Arizona Bioscience Roadmap.

Biosciences Equate to Big Business in Arizona

More than a decade after the "roadmap," a new plan to grow the biosciences is on the horizon.

Alex Rodriguez, of the Arizona Technology Council, discusses the groups legislative agenda and priorities for the 2014 legislative session.

Venture Capital, Research Funding at Top of Tech Biz Wish List

Technology companies requesting action from state Legislature on business-expansion assistance.

Traffic cameras

Pima Ends Photo Radar Program

Board voted 4-0 not to renew traffic camera contract; supervisors may consider another version, targeting school zones.

UA Science & Technology Park

Venture Capital, Research Funding at Top of Tech Biz Wish List

Technology companies requesting action from state Legislature on business-expansion assistance.

TEP's Parent Company To Be Sold

Canada's largest electric utility pays $4 billion, customers will not see changes; rates won't go up, no lay offs, UNS Energy CEO says.

Dr. Yves Lussier, associate director for the University of Arizona BIO5 Institute, explains the emerging field of translational Bio-Informatics.

Emerging Field of Bioinformatics Connects Docs, Gene Researchers

Uses areas of computer science, math and engineering to process biological data; developments result from decade of research.

Wolfgang Fink, University of Arizona associate professor for the College of Engineering, discusses how he is working on a new form of retinal technology that he says could help patients see in much greater detail.

Retinal Implants Get New Tech That Could Improve Clarity

Wolfgang Fink, member of the joint U.S.-German research team developing product said current retinal implants allow people to see, but only basic, blurry shapes.

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