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by Lauren Lilley Lohmer, Intern, Science and Technology Development

In just two short weeks working with Dr. Deborah Thompson as an intern, I had the opportunity to witness the granting process first hand as an analyst for one of the major granting programs at the NCBiotech Center.
 

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Statewide, Jobs, Life Sciences, NCBiotech
by Jim Shamp

Kennedy Kirkman is a passionate young woman with designs on a career in science. But this 11-year-old scientist needs your votes to get to the next level. A resident of China Grove, north of Charlotte, Kennedy has just been named one of three finalists in the science category of a national After School Awards competition.


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About Us, Workforce & Education, Greater Charlotte, Marine, NCBiotech
by John Balchunas, Director of Workforce Development

On June 25th, NCBiotech Jobs Network hosted Heather Hollick to deliver a talk entitled “Networking: A New Mindset.” Heather led us through her personal journey into the world of networking as an introvert. Based on the feedback we've received, she definitely delivered!

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Workforce & Education, Statewide, Jobs, Life Sciences, NCBiotech
by Corie Curtis

When I recently represented NCBiotech for a life sciences discussion on the Carolina Business Review public television show, my first thoughts flashed to my radio experience as a child:  It was definitely all about the message!
 

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About Us, Greater Charlotte, NCBiotech
by Drew Applefield, Ph.D.

So you’ve been coming to NCBiotech Jobs Network events. You’ve developed the perfect resume and a great elevator pitch. You’ve built up your professional network, and you’ve landed an interview with a great company.

Now what?

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Statewide, Jobs, Life Sciences, NCBiotech
by Elizabeth Yarnall

North Carolina’s presence at BIO serves many purposes. And one of the most valuable, often unexpected benefits for Pavilion partners is the chance to strengthen connections with other entities from throughout the state.
 

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About Us, Business & Commercialization, Workforce & Education, Southeastern NC, Human Health, Jobs, Life Sciences, NCBiotech
by Deborah Thompson

NCBiotech works in the community to make connections that create life science jobs in the state. Because of our role in economic development, it’s appropriate that we at the Center work to retain talent in the state when companies downsize.
That was NCBiotech’s motivation for starting the NCBiotech Jobs Network. But for me, personally? I do it for the smiles....

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Workforce & Education, Triangle, Jobs
by Jim Shamp

Check it out: the North Carolina Biotechnology Center and many of our agricultural biotechnology partners are well represented in a special section of the May 2013 issue of Business North Carolina.
 

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Statewide, Agriculture

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