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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
by Brandi Johnson-Weaver

During the winter of 2013-14 I had the unique opportunity to participate in an internship at the North Carolina Biotechnology Center as a program analyst, observing the grant proposal process from the perspective of NCBiotech as a grant funding agency.

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About Us, Biotech Basics, Research, Workforce & Education, Triangle, Life Sciences, NCBiotech
by Ali Ghiassi

NCBiotech Jobs Network: Working Effectively with Executive Recruiters
Blog by Ali Ghiassi, Account Manager Aerotek and Steering Committee member, NCBiotech Jobs Network

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Workforce & Education, Triangle, Jobs, Life Sciences
by Jim Shamp
Lab photo courtesy of Arbovax, Inc.

The attack of the chikungunya ogre could augur well for Arbovax.

Say that three times fast. Then tell somebody I told you so.

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Business & Commercialization, Research, Triangle, Human Health, Life Sciences, NCBiotech, Vaccines
by Cynthia J. Sollod, Ph.D.

This month’s NC Biotech Jobs Network featured a panel of three consulting experts who discussed their experiences in starting their own consulting businesses. Panelists included James Iademarco, Principal, Strategic Avalanche LLC; Nannette (Net) Stangle-Castor, Ph.D., President and Founder, InnoVector Tech Inc.; and Scott Rockafellow, President, Granite Beach Management. Each panelist gave a short slide presentation and provided complementary lessons on what is required to become a consultant.

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Workforce & Education, Triangle, Jobs
by Keith Laemont

Those of us who are professional scientists who want to stay in North Carolina are luckier than many job seekers because of the help and guidance provided by the North Carolina Biotechnology Center. 

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About Us, Workforce & Education, Triangle

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