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Is Science Comedian an Oxymoron? No, it's Tim Lee, Ph.D., and He's Definitely No Moron!

A sow and a soybean walk into a lab.

It might be the start of a good joke. I don’t know. But Tim Xtreme Lee has done the due diligence to extract the funny from the corn.  

NCBiotech Goes to BIO 2017

This post will be updated with news, stories and observations from the Biotechnology Innovation Organization's 2017 conference in San Diego, June 19-22.

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NCBiotech Awards $1.6 Million in Latest Quarter

The North Carolina Biotechnology Center awarded 14 loans and grants totaling $1.6 million to companies, universities and other bioscience entities in the third quarter of its 2016-2017 fiscal year ending March 31.

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.

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.

McClellan Speaks On Healthcare Reform and the Future of Biomedical Innovation

This week at the CED Life Science Conference, Mark McClellan, M.D., director of the Duke-Margolis Center for Health Policy, discussed healthcare reform and biomedical innovation.

Pfizer Commits $4M to NCBiotech Gene Therapy Fellowship Program

Pfizer has committed to providing $4 million to enable the North Carolina Biotechnology Center to establish and administer a  multi-year academic fellowship program to help advance the state's gene therapy expertise.

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