|Courtesy of Grifols, Inc.|
Whether it's physical infrastructure, human resources or support companies, North Carolina provides what a biomanufacturing facility needs.
More than 50 companies manufacturing biologics, pharmaceuticals and diagnostics already call North Carolina home. These companies — Biogen Idec, GlaxoSmithKline, Medicago, Novartis, Novozymes, Pfizer, Grifols, Inc. — operate some of the largest or most unique facilities of their kind.
A diverse manufacturing base requires a highly skilled workforce. That’s why North Carolina has invested heavily in life-science workforce training for decades, and continues to do so.
NCBioImpact is a public-private partnership involving North Carolina's community colleges, universities and industry to produce and deliver workforce training programs across the state.
Of the top biotech states, North Carolina's cost of doing business is by far the lowest.
Stretching your dollars further while being part of a world-leading community? Sounds like an offer that can't be beat.
The Biotechnology Center was started by North Carolina's General Assembly to support the research, business and education infrastructure needed to grow a biotechnology industry statewide. Our support of biomanufacturing includes: