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by Dennis Burns, Partner at TCG, LLC

In this blog post, Dennis Burns of TCG LLC looks at North Carolina's competitiveness for European business.

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Business & Commercialization, External, Statewide, Jobs, Life Sciences
by Mark Lombard,

An October 28, 2013 article in Genetic Engineering & Biotechnology News highlighted North Carolina as a hot spot for biotech jobs in the US, noting that the Triangle region in particular “is enjoying another wave of biopharma growth—not as much from drug developers as from contract research organizations. The region is home to the world’s largest CRO, Quintiles, as well as numerous others including giants INC Research and PRA International…” Our October Jobs Network event featured...

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Statewide, Jobs, Life Sciences, NCBiotech
by Jim Shamp

Here's your chance to customize your company listing in the NCBiotech online directory directly for your target customer.

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Resource Library, Statewide, NCBiotech
by Jim Shamp

California and Massachusetts eat our lunch when it comes to venture capital. Crowdfunding opens some new possibilities for startup company support. But it's getting increasingly tough to thrive without a robust VC presence.

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About Us, Business & Commercialization, Triangle, NCBiotech, Venture Philanthropy
by Dale Carroll

A briefing at Brevard life science company PharmAgra Labs was a highlight of the Oct. 7 quarterly meeting of the Advisory Committee for Biotechnology in Western North Carolina.

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by Robin Deacle

Everyone has an elevator pitch, right? It's essential these days for networking.

Well, how about a two-minute pitch? That can get you millions of dollars?

One of our loan portfolio companies gave such a pitch at the recent CED conference. And brought home top...

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Business & Commercialization, Triangle, Human Health, Jobs, Life Sciences, NCBiotech
by Jim Shamp

The NCBiotech Jobs Network program September 30 attracted more than 50 people to hear three professional science writers describe their very different jobs. Bottom line: Science writing is varied, fast-changing but still very much alive as a career for those willing and able to pay the dues.
 

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Triangle, Jobs, NCBiotech
by Deborah M. Thompson, Ph.D.

It’s not often that graduate students and postdocs get to take the lead at scientific conferences, but at the annual Plant Molecular Biology Retreat, they do just that.

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Statewide, Agriculture, NCBiotech

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