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Eighty first-year students from the University of Arizona College of Medicine–Phoenix donned their white coats for the first time during ceremonies in downtown Phoenix, marking their entry into clinical medicine.
Girl Scouts in southern Arizona will soon be adding science, technology, engineering and math badges to their skills and sashes as part of the effort to encourage girls and young women to pursue education in the STEM fields.
A group of 50 Mayo Med School students recently began the first steps of a rigorous four-year journey to become medical doctors at Arizona’s new medical school.
The Arizona Pure Water Brew Challenge will feature beer made with water that started as raw sewage before being cleaned with a high-tech filtration system.
Banner Health has launched the Banner-University Medicine Institutes and Centers, featuring 12 institutes on the campus of Banner-University Medical Center Phoenix designed for patients with multiple chronic diseases.
Steven Zylstra, president and CEO of the Arizona Technology Council, writes that Arizona is closing the gender gap faster than many other well-established technology hubs in the country.