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by Karin Shank

The NCBiotech Library has pre-negotiated two exclusive deals for access to full-text scientific literature from publishers Elsevier and EBSCO.
 

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Resource Library, Statewide
by Jim Shamp

Premier Research is holding a job fair for CRO clinical professionals in RTP this Thursday and Friday, Sept. 5 and 6.
 

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Business & Commercialization, Research, Triangle, Human Health, Life Sciences
by Drew Applefield, Ph.D., Business and Technology Development Associate

Your strengths help define you as a person and a working professional. Cultivating your strengths can help you make better decisions and ultimately lead a more fulfilling life. On August 26th, Betsy Smith joined the NCBiotech Jobs Network to discuss "Playing to your...

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by Karin Shank

Successfully growing North Carolina’s biotechnology industry depends on having a full picture of biotechnology in the state.

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Resource Library, Statewide, Jobs, Life Sciences, NCBiotech
by Jim Shamp

Clanging bells, popping corks and high-five cheers are rarities in the life sciences.

That’s why a recent “trifecta” win streak by three NCBiotech loan portfolio companies in a span of about 18 hours deserves a shout-out.

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Business & Commercialization, Triangle, Human Health
by Mark Lombard

Some 70 attendees of our most recent job network event on July 29 learned strategies for cultivating resilience during the job search. Six more joined the event by phone from The Catalyst Group in Charlotte. Executive coach and motivational speaker Sarah...

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by Cynthia J. Sollod, Ph.D.

It’s not often we get invited to a food tasting prepared by a professional chef as part of our job at the Biotechnology Center, but that’s what happened recently for staff from the Science and Business technology groups.

We were invited to North Carolina State University’s Food Science Department to sample dishes made with crab meat prepared through a new process. 


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Business & Commercialization, Research, Eastern NC, Jobs, Life Sciences, Marine, NCBiotech
by Deborah M. Thompson, Ph.D.

In April I had a conversation with Karina Colón’s fifth grade class at Smith Magnet Elementary School in Raleigh. Her students were preparing a presentation on genetically engineered crops. Mrs. Colón was concerned that the students were not getting balanced, science-based information and she reached out to me to provide a counter-point.

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Triangle, Agriculture, Life Sciences, NCBiotech

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