In 1998, writer Walter Kirn did a favor for a New York man he didn't know. He said he was a Rockefeller.
New bioscience complex brings San Diego company to Peoria
Arizona’s first bioscience incubator, BioInspire, opened its doors last week. It's providing space to several groundbreaking companies. They include Yolia Health, a 5-year-old San Diego-based company that has developed a way to provide clearer vision through use of eye drops and contact lenses that change the shape of corneas.
A number of other businesses have also taken up residence in the BioInspire complex.