In partnership with the Triangle Global Health Consortium, NCBiotech is hosting a forum Dec. 8. Learn more about North Carolina’s role in this global health challenge.
A new 155,000-square-foot factory built in Clayton by Spanish blood therapeutics giant Grifols has been given the FDA go-ahead to sell its products.
NCBiotech funding helped RTP blood technologies company Entegrion survive, create jobs and become an $88M defense contractor. One of its ideas also brought Beeken BioMedical to Raleigh, and jobs to Highland Industries in Kernersville.
Since 1999 Durham’s Parion Sciences, with NCBiotech funding help, has been developing better ways for humans to avoid problems with mucus. It recently got about $20 million to help seal the deal.
More than 500 of the biggest thinkers in ag biotech are talking about how to feed the world. Can’t make today’s event? Follow our staff coverage.
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