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by Courtney Skunda

It’s called the Landing Pad but could just as easily be called the Launching Pad.

By either name, it’s a conducive environment for establishing a bioscience company in North Carolina.

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Triangle
by Courtney Skunda

The North Carolina Biotechnology Center is pleased to welcome our newest Landing Pad tenant, Todd DeZwaan of LemnaTec.

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by Robin Deacle

It was a gray afternoon in March, 2008 at the North Carolina Biotechnology Center. A kindly looking gentleman stood in our Congressional Room, surrounded by a group of North Carolina’s brightest young scientists, winners of various science competitions across the state that year.

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About Us, External, National, Triangle, Human Health, NCBiotech
by By Adam Sichol and Jessica Brock

Discovering the key ingredients in the Research Triangle’s ecosystem has become one of the great quests in economic development.

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by Jim Shamp

The North Carolina Biotechnology Center has been expanding its support for marine biotechnology during the past decade, and it’s proving to be a great investment for the state.

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Business & Commercialization, Piedmont Triad, Southeastern NC, Life Sciences, Marine
by Genevieve Athens

Bioethics expertise gained at Wake Forest University is needed in medicine, nanotechnology, computer science, molecular biology, genetic engineering, and business.

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Business & Commercialization, Piedmont Triad, Human Health, Life Sciences
by Jim Shamp

 

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Cempra is a Chapel Hill company that’s developing antibiotics to treat scary bacterial infections.

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Business & Commercialization, Triangle, Human Health, Life Sciences
by Megan Fruchte

Novozymes volunteers sealing packaged meals. 25,000 meals were packaged in 1.5 hours through Stop Hunger Now.

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Triangle, Agriculture, Life Sciences

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