The Biofuels Center of North Carolina has the long-term task of developing a large-scale biofuels industry sector to reduce the state's dependence on imported petroleum.
BIG engages high growth entrepreneurs to create a sustainable and innovative global community
CED ignites entrepreneurial success through know-how and networks.
A technology incubator located in the heart of Research Triangle Park, N.C., which offers 20,000 square feet of leasable office and lab space to startup biotechnology, healthcare and pharmaceutical companies that want to relocate to North Carolina
The Life Sciences Foundation is recording, preserving, and making known the history of biotechnology.
NCBIO is North Carolina's state-level affiliate of the national Biotechnology Industry Organization.
SBTDC steers North Carolina's businesses toward a better future.
The Institute of Forest Biotechnology (IFB) is the only organization to address the sustainability of forest biotechnology on a global scale
N.C.'s Department of Commerce is the state's advocate for economic, community and workforce development.
One of the oldest and largest science parks in North America, The Research Triangle Park (RTP) is a 7,000 acre development that is home to more than 170 companies employing over 42,000 full-time knowledge workers and an estimated 10,000 contract employees.