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by Karin Shank

The variety of information resources offered by the NCBiotech Library continues to grow, as we welcome scientific publisher Springer to our consortium.

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Resource Library
by Robin Deacle

The NCBiotech website has a new roadmap. How did this happen? Where's my favorite page? Well, I'm glad you asked.

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About Us, External, National, Statewide, NCBiotech
by Hope Hart

There is a lot of public misunderstanding and miscommunication around GM crops. It was wonderful to help the teachers sort out some of the confusion. 

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Workforce & Education, Statewide, Agriculture, Life Sciences, NCBiotech
by Karthik Aghoram, Ph.D.

Whether it is working with the teachers on laboratory techniques in biotechnology, sharing knowledge about molecular genetics, discussing perspectives on biotechnology, or learning from the teachers about their classrooms, this week is always a highlight of my year!


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Workforce & Education, Statewide, Agriculture, Life Sciences, NCBiotech
by Cynthia Sollod, Ph.D.

Sifting through mounds of comments from reviewers, we’ve come up with four “Must-Have” nuggets for converting your funding request to a funding event – AKA an award.

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Research, Life Sciences, NCBiotech
by Jennifer Caracciolo Anderson, PHR
Caracciolo Anderson

Jennifer Caracciolo Anderson, PHR, is People & Organization Partner in charge of human resources at the new Novozymes R&D facility in Research Triangle Park.

The future of agriculture is unfolding right here in North Carolina

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Business & Commercialization, Workforce & Education, Triangle, Agriculture, Life Sciences
by Jim Shamp

The National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases just added $4.1 million to a $22 million, five-year grant made a year ago, to help BioCryst develop an anti-viral drug that could prevent a terrible Ebola outbreak -- next time one happens.

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Business & Commercialization, Research, Triangle, Human Health, Life Sciences
by Kathryn Gergber

I signed up for the Ag Biotech Industry in the Classroom workshop this summer to challenge myself to step outside of my comfort zone and to become a better teacher, mom, and person. This workshop was everything I could have hoped for.

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Workforce & Education, Agriculture, Animal Health, Life Sciences, NCBiotech

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