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Technomark Seeks Co-Development Partners

Technomark Life Sciences is looking for opportunities to co-develop products with biotechnology and life-science companies.

Technomark, with headquarters in Research Triangle Park, plans to work with partner companies on a risk-sharing basis to advance product development.

"We are very excited to be in a position now to partner with biotechnology and other life science companies on their preclinical or clinical product development," said Allen Hakimi, managing director of Technomark.

Larick NCSU Grad School Dean

Duane Larick, Ph.D., interim dean of North Carolina State University's Graduate School and a professor of food, bioprocessing and nutrition sciences, has been named dean of the Graduate School, effective March 1.

As dean, Larick will provide leadership for a graduate program serving more than 7,400 full- and part-time students from across the U.S. and from 85 other countries. NCSU's graduate program administers 220 different graduate degrees (master's, Ph.D. and Ed.D.) across all 10 of NCSU's academic colleges.

02/20/09: Larick NCSU Grad School Dean

Duane Larick, Ph.D., interim dean of North Carolina State University's Graduate School and a professor of food, bioprocessing and nutrition sciences, has been named dean of the Graduate School, effective March 1.

As dean, Larick will provide leadership for a graduate program serving more than 7,400 full- and part-time students from across the U.S. and from 85 other countries. NCSU's graduate program administers 220 different graduate degrees (master's, Ph.D. and Ed.D.) across all 10 of NCSU's academic colleges.

ibiliti Management Team

Board of Directors

Triangle Immunology & Virology Group

The Triangle Immunology & Virology Group promotes collegial interactions and stimulates collaborative research among Triangle-area immunologists. Meetings are held monthly and participants from local companies and universities representing all levels of training are welcome. Participants are invited to present their research on a rotating basis. Anyone interested is welcome to join the monthly meetings.

Smaller Eukaryotes Group

This group focuses on research involving lower eukaryotes including yeast, Drosophila and Chlamydomonas. Monthly meetings are held during the academic year at the Biotechnology Center’s Charles Hamner Conference Center. Each meeting consists of two 40-minute presentations. Scientists from 25 laboratories at six institutions participate.

RNA Society of North Carolina

The RNA Society promotes communication and collaboration among those interested in the biological and chemical aspects of ribonucleic acid. Activities include a series of speaker seminars, a biennial international RNA symposium and an annual regional research meeting.

The RNA Society welcomes members of the academic, government and corporate communities.

 

 

Plant Molecular Biology Consortium

The Plant Molecular Biology Consortium sponsors monthly seminars featuring nationally recognized academic and industrial plant scientists. Membership is open to plant scientists associated with any of North Carolina's colleges or universities and any representatives from companies involved in plant molecular biology.

NC One Health Collaborative

Triangle Global Health Consortium: One Health Collaborative

The Triangle Global Health Consortium One Health Collaborative seeks to promote and improve the health and well-being of all species by enhancing collaboration between physicians, veterinarians, researchers and other local / global health professionals, and by increasing public awareness of the interconnectedness of people, animals and the environment.

Biomanufacturing and Process Development (BPD)

 

The Biotechnology Center initiated the Bioprocessing/Process Development Group to provide a forum for process development scientists and engineers to discuss bioprocessing issues. The group meets monthly with speakers from the industry, technology vendor companies and regulatory experts.

 

2011-2012 Meeting Schedule

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