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TARGET PharmaSolutions, Allergan Join In Liver Disease Study

Clinical data company TARGET PharmaSolutions of Chapel Hill will collaborate with Dublin-based Allergan, a global pharmaceutical company, to study a major liver disease and future treatment options for it.

WUNC Broadcasts Update on NC's Life Science Impact

WUNC, the University of North Carolina Public Radio station, devoted a 12-minute segment of the weekday show “The State of Things” to the state’s life science sector today.

10 Things Life Science Intelligence @NCBiotech Can Do For You

NCBiotech’s Life Science Intelligence team connects entrepreneurs and companies with the insight, analysis and resources needed to make smart business decisions. What can our experts do for you?

1. Assess the market.

Defense U Grad Students Mingle, Learn About NC Ag, Life Science Innovation

The Eisenhower School's Agribusiness Industry Study Group (above) recently visited NC State for the fourth time. NCBiotech also hosted the school's biotech study group (not pictured).

North Carolina's global life science leadership is on the radar of future national defense leaders.

Ag Biotech Workshops Offer NC Teachers Hands-On Insight

Middle and high school teachers have an opportunity to expand their knowledge of agricultural biotechnology in a pair of Industry in the Classroom workshops beginning in July, organized by the North Carolina Biotechnology Center.

NCA&T's Shengmin Sang Reaping Research Rewards

Shengmin Sang, Ph.D., associate professor and lead scientist in the Center for Excellence in Post-Harvest Technologies ​at NCA&T labs at the NCRC in Kannapolis, has parlayed early grant support from NCBiotech into growing scientific and commercial recognition.

Five Honored for Contributions to Triad’s Bioscience Community

Five of the Piedmont Triad region’s most successful individuals and organizations working in the biosciences have been honored with 2017 Excellence Awards at Triad BioNight, a biennial celebration of the region’s life science sector organized by the Piedmont Triad Office of the North Carolina Biotechnology Center.

NC's Life Science Growth Blossoms to $86B, Supports 260,000 Jobs

The newly published 2016 Evidence and Opportunity: Impact of Life Sciences in North Carolina says the state now has over 650 life science companies that directly employ 63,000 people and account for 260,000 jobs overall, providing $2.2 billion in state and local tax revenues and $86 billion in total economic impact.

Vote Again: RTP’s UVision360 Made Round 2 of Medtech Startup Showdown

Last week we announced that RTP’s own UVision360 Hysteroscopy Systems was competing in the MD+DI annual Medtech Startup Showdown. With the support of our scientific community, UVision has made it to Round 2.

Shengmin Sang of NCA&T Wins Innovation for Impact Grand Prize

Shengmin Sang, Ph.D., associate professor and lead scientist in the Center for Excellence in Post-Harvest Technologies at North Carolina Agricultural and Technical State University, was awarded the inaugural Innovation for Impact $11,000 Grand Prize Thursday night, March 30, for his research to prevent colon cancer by pairing the classic wonder drug aspirin with an active ingredient in ginger.

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