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Networking. Training events. Employment opportunities. NCBiotech can connect you with the next job or company you need to advance your career in life sciences.

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North Carolina is home to 790 life sciences companies that directly employ 70,000 people. This directory includes those companies as well as 2,500 additional North Carolina companies that support or are related to our thriving sector.

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Teamwork

Franklin County Schools Team Up with Business to Teach Students Skills for the Future Workforce

Across North Carolina, communities have joined forces with business and education leaders to prepare students and workers for a changing workplace. 

Automation and artificial intelligence continue to change the skills employees need to succeed. To secure a position in biomanufacturing, employers are seeking individuals who have a general knowledge of chemistry and current Good Manufacturing Practices. These skills can be acquired through the BioWork certificate program offered at 10 of the state’s community colleges.

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Metabolon to Work with Mayo Clinic on New Diagnostic Tests

Morrisville-based Metabolon will collaborate with Mayo Clinic to develop novel metabolomic biomarkers for detecting various diseases.
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BioAesthetics Plans Additional Clinical Study for Regenerative Nipple Graft

RTP-based BioAesthetics has announced an additional clinical trial of its NACgraft, a biologically derived allograft for patients needing nipple reconstruction, to investigate its use of in male and female patients.

Whether you have a new company with an idea or an established company looking to grow, NCBiotech will connect you with the resources to transform your business. Find lab spaces, meeting spaces and more.

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Entrepreneur Resources

NCBiotech wants entrepreneurs and startups to thrive in North Carolina.

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NCBiotech offers meeting spaces as well as analysis and resources needed to inform strategic decisions for your company.
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Jobs Board

The NCBiotech Jobs Board connects the local workforce with North Carolina-based jobs and internships in the life science industry. Whether you're looking to fill roles in R&D, regulatory affairs, business development or beyond, post your open positions and find out why the NCBiotech Jobs Board is the best place to connect with North Carolina life science talent.

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Latest News

Teamwork

Franklin County Schools Team Up with Business to Teach Students Skills for the Future Workforce

Across North Carolina, communities have joined forces with business and education leaders to prepare students and workers for a changing workplace. 

Automation and artificial intelligence continue to change the skills employees need to succeed. To secure a position in biomanufacturing, employers are seeking individuals who have a general knowledge of chemistry and current Good Manufacturing Practices. These skills can be acquired through the BioWork certificate program offered at 10 of the state’s community colleges.

Metabolon logo

Metabolon to Work with Mayo Clinic on New Diagnostic Tests

Morrisville-based Metabolon will collaborate with Mayo Clinic to develop novel metabolomic biomarkers for detecting various diseases.
BioAesthetics logo

BioAesthetics Plans Additional Clinical Study for Regenerative Nipple Graft

RTP-based BioAesthetics has announced an additional clinical trial of its NACgraft, a biologically derived allograft for patients needing nipple reconstruction, to investigate its use of in male and female patients.

Research grants. Company loans. Financial resources. NCBiotech can link you to the funding you need to make your life sciences innovation a reality.

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Research Grants

NCBiotech grants fill critical funding gaps along the innovation continuum - from building university infrastructure to supporting early stage development of university inventions to help move technology toward commercialization.

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Company Loans

NCBiotech understands the importance of emerging entrepreneurial companies to the state’s life science landscape.

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Funding Resources

Among the many obstacles between idea and market in life sciences product development, the most daunting is securing capital.

NCBiotech offers several funding programs designed to fill gaps in technology development and company growth. These funds help university researchers and companies conduct critical studies and reach significant development milestones that enable them to attract follow-on funding.

Funding Resources

Latest News

Teamwork

Franklin County Schools Team Up with Business to Teach Students Skills for the Future Workforce

Across North Carolina, communities have joined forces with business and education leaders to prepare students and workers for a changing workplace. 

Automation and artificial intelligence continue to change the skills employees need to succeed. To secure a position in biomanufacturing, employers are seeking individuals who have a general knowledge of chemistry and current Good Manufacturing Practices. These skills can be acquired through the BioWork certificate program offered at 10 of the state’s community colleges.

Metabolon logo

Metabolon to Work with Mayo Clinic on New Diagnostic Tests

Morrisville-based Metabolon will collaborate with Mayo Clinic to develop novel metabolomic biomarkers for detecting various diseases.
BioAesthetics logo

BioAesthetics Plans Additional Clinical Study for Regenerative Nipple Graft

RTP-based BioAesthetics has announced an additional clinical trial of its NACgraft, a biologically derived allograft for patients needing nipple reconstruction, to investigate its use of in male and female patients.

Our strong cluster thrives from a diverse ecosystem and specialized talent. NCBiotech can show you all the benefits available to you as part of the NC life sciences community.

What makes North Carolina a leading life sciences hub?

Our top-tier research universities, strong talent pipeline, and thriving ecosystem are moving life sciences companies forward.

Why North Carolina

North Carolina Life Sciences 2025

Join the Life Sciences Alliance and grow North Carolina's global leadership.

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Company Directory

North Carolina is home to 790 life sciences companies that directly employ 70,000 people. This directory includes those companies as well as 2,500 additional North Carolina companies that support or are related to our thriving sector.

Search Directory

Latest News

Teamwork

Franklin County Schools Team Up with Business to Teach Students Skills for the Future Workforce

Across North Carolina, communities have joined forces with business and education leaders to prepare students and workers for a changing workplace. 

Automation and artificial intelligence continue to change the skills employees need to succeed. To secure a position in biomanufacturing, employers are seeking individuals who have a general knowledge of chemistry and current Good Manufacturing Practices. These skills can be acquired through the BioWork certificate program offered at 10 of the state’s community colleges.

Metabolon logo

Metabolon to Work with Mayo Clinic on New Diagnostic Tests

Morrisville-based Metabolon will collaborate with Mayo Clinic to develop novel metabolomic biomarkers for detecting various diseases.
BioAesthetics logo

BioAesthetics Plans Additional Clinical Study for Regenerative Nipple Graft

RTP-based BioAesthetics has announced an additional clinical trial of its NACgraft, a biologically derived allograft for patients needing nipple reconstruction, to investigate its use of in male and female patients.

In addition to its own portfolio, NCBiotech keeps its eye on the horizon. Let us introduce you to the companies with the technologies of tomorrow.

Strategic Partnerning

NCBiotech actively connects North Carolina-based companies and universities with “buy-side” life sciences entities seeking to strengthen their product pipelines and portfolios.

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Emerging Company Development

The Emerging Company Development team invests in early-stage companies through loan programs that help companies reach early milestones and enable them to raise private capital. Additionally, it advises life science companies on business, product development, and fundraising strategy and help entrepreneurs refine their business plans, investor presentations, and financial projections.

Meet the Team

Company Directory

North Carolina is home to 790 life sciences companies that directly employ 70,000 people. This directory includes those companies as well as 2,500 additional North Carolina companies that support or are related to our thriving sector.

Search Directory

Latest News

Teamwork

Franklin County Schools Team Up with Business to Teach Students Skills for the Future Workforce

Across North Carolina, communities have joined forces with business and education leaders to prepare students and workers for a changing workplace. 

Automation and artificial intelligence continue to change the skills employees need to succeed. To secure a position in biomanufacturing, employers are seeking individuals who have a general knowledge of chemistry and current Good Manufacturing Practices. These skills can be acquired through the BioWork certificate program offered at 10 of the state’s community colleges.

Metabolon logo

Metabolon to Work with Mayo Clinic on New Diagnostic Tests

Morrisville-based Metabolon will collaborate with Mayo Clinic to develop novel metabolomic biomarkers for detecting various diseases.
BioAesthetics logo

BioAesthetics Plans Additional Clinical Study for Regenerative Nipple Graft

RTP-based BioAesthetics has announced an additional clinical trial of its NACgraft, a biologically derived allograft for patients needing nipple reconstruction, to investigate its use of in male and female patients.

Video Credits: Syngenta, NCBiotech: NC Life Science Video, Duke University, Thermo Fisher Scientific, East Carolina University

NCBiotech leads life science economic development for North Carolina. We help advance ideas from research to marketplace, overcoming all of the challenges in between. We are transforming businesses, technologies, professionals and whole sectors related to life science. Our continued mission to support innovation, commercialization, education and business growth has made North Carolina a global life science leader.

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