STEM: Nadja Anderson Interview Part 1
2011 Bioscience Educator of the Year, Dr, Nadja Anderson shares how helping teachers access the latest in teaching resources builds tomorrow's leaders through better STEM education. "Studies show that if we can get the kids to see themselves in a science career, they are more likely to study science, obtain a degree in a science field, and have a career in science," --- Dr. Nadja Anderson
AZBio Expo 2011 Company Spotlight
The 2011 AZBio Expo brought together innovative and life saving companies from across the state along with leaders from across the industry. Be sure to check out the highlights and a special spotlight interview where Don Isaacs, VP of Communications at SynCardia Systems, Inc. brings EmpowHER's Shana O'Conner up close and personal with the world's only Total Artificial Heart. It's why SynCardia was named the 2011 Bioscience Company of the Year.
STEM: Nadja Anderson Interview Part 2
2011 Bioscience Educator of the Year, Dr. Nadja Anderson, director of the BIOTECH Project for University of Arizona’s BIO5 Institute, shows some the materials used to demonstrate DNA extraction at science festivals and during classroom visits. Read the article Biosciences Education >>
CBR - 20 Years of Cord Blood Research
Cord blood stem cells have been used to treat more than 80 diseases, from leukemias and anemias to immune and metabolic disorders. Today, even more treatment options are being evaluated in cutting-edge, FDA-regulated clinical trials. This growing number of potential uses means more medical options for your family later.