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by Jim Shamp

Bob Ingram is one of those rare people who can spin a roomful of people in circles with words. He did it again this week as he accepted a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Triangle Business Journal. And appropriately enough, the room he was spinning was the classy ballroom at the Umstead Hotel in Cary.

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Biotech Basics, Triangle, Life Sciences
by Dragana Mendel

I was very pleased to attend the recent Ag Biotech Entrepreneurial Showcase at the North Carolina Biotechnology Center. I was particularly intrigued by the panel on corporate venture investing (Technology Scouting: How to Partner with Large Companies in Animal Health and Crop Biotech), because I wanted to learn the investing styles of the panelists.

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Business & Commercialization, Agriculture, Animal Health, Life Sciences, NCBiotech
by Jacob Traverse, PSM, MBA

Plants, and NC's ag biotech economy, increasingly rely on microbes living on, in, and around their roots to aid or enable their ability to grow and flourish.

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Agriculture, Life Sciences
by Susan Nichols

I came to RTP two years ago. I was amazed by its array of businesses and wealth of opportunity.

Women in Bio Event

Monday May 19
5:30 p.m.
NCBiotech

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Business & Commercialization, Triangle
by Rachel Krasich, Ph.D.

By Rachel Krasich, Ph.D., NCBiotech research analyst intern

“Where is best place to start looking for jobs?”

“How do I improve my resume so I get noticed?”

“What do I do if I want to switch fields?”

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About Us, Resource Library, Jobs
by Dr. Barbara Ressler, Teleflex Medical

The Jobs Networking event at the NC Biotech Center for the month of April was on Exploring Biomanufacturing...

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Workforce & Education, Statewide, Triangle, Biomanufacturing, Jobs
by Ryan Carris, guest blogger

My name is Ryan Carris. I'm a 26-year-old Durham scientist with a newly minted Master's degree and a year of industry experience. And I started Young Science Professionals of RTP for people like me who are hoping to find meaningful jobs at local companies.

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Workforce & Education, Triangle, Life Sciences
by Cynthia J. Sollod, Ph.D.

The second annual Exchanging Ideas Summit at the North Carolina Biotechnology Center on March 26 brought together diverse members of the life science community from industry, academia, and government.

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Statewide, Life Sciences

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