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by Mindy Chu

Earlier this summer the North Carolina Biotechnology Center campus was buzzing – with bees.

NCBiotech supports life science research across the state. But it normally doesn’t actually participate in research studies from its Research Triangle Park headquarters or from its five regional offices across the state.

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Business & Commercialization, Research, Triangle, Agriculture, Life Sciences, NCBiotech
by Sarah Bernart

The price is right – free -- and the content is rich. It’s the newly published 2017-18 print edition of the NCBiotech Company Directory.

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About Us, Business & Commercialization, Resource Library, Statewide, Life Sciences, NCBiotech
by Jim Shamp

A sow and a soybean walk into a lab.

It might be the start of a good joke. I don’t know. But Tim Xtreme Lee has done the due diligence to extract the funny from the corn.  


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About Us, Triangle, Agriculture, Animal Health, Life Sciences, NCBiotech
by Sarah Bernart

The North Carolina Biotechnology Center is pleased to welcome our newest Landing Pad tenant, DAI Global Health.

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by Courtney Skunda

The North Carolina Biotechnology Center is pleased to welcome our newest Landing Pad tenant, Fluidigm.

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External, NCBiotech
by Lori Melliere

NCBiotech’s Life Science Intelligence team connects entrepreneurs and companies with the insight, analysis and resources needed to make smart business decisions. What can our experts do for you?

1. Assess the market.

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About Us, Resource Library, Triangle, Library, NCBiotech
by Godshen Robert Pallipparambil and Ling “Lottie” Ou
The Eisenhower School's Agribusiness Industry Study Group (above) recently visited NC State for the fourth time. NCBiotech also hosted the school's biotech study group (not pictured).

North Carolina's global life science leadership is on the radar of future national defense leaders.

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About Us, Triangle, Agriculture, Bio Defense, Life Sciences, NCBiotech
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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