NC Ag Biotech Professional Forum


Online Registration is now Closed. 

Credit Cards accepted at the door.

Wednesday, April 16th  *  4:00 – 6:30 pm  NCBiotech Center

Join friends and colleagues from our region and share what’s happening in North Carolina’s ag biotech industry! The Ag Biotech Professional Forum will be a series held throughout the year providing the opportunity to learn about NC’s diverse ag biotech resources, while also offering a setting for networking and engagement outside of our normal work spaces.  

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4:00pm  Registration/Networking

4:30pm  Program

5:15pm  Networking Reception


Will include a short program of speakers highlighting a collection of local and national intiatives that are helping to shape how we understand and talk about the impacts and benefits of biotechnology.  There will also be industry announcements and an open forum for communication within our industry followed by a networking reception with drinks and hors d’oeuvres. 

Ag Biotech Initiatives being highlighted

Organizations Registered:

  • Advanced Animal Diagnostics
  • Alexandria Real Estate Equities
  • BASF Corp.
  • Bayer CropScience
  • BioDeptronix
  • BioNetwork Capstone Center
  • BioResource International
  • Carlyle & Conlan
  • Carolina Farm Stewardship Assoc.
  • COIN
  • Cresa
  • Duke University
  • Full Scale Solutions
  • Gentris Corp.
  • Greater Durham Chamber of Commerce
  • Lundy Group
  • Manning Fulton and Skinner
  • Monsanto
  • Mycorrhiza Biotech
  • NC Assoc. for Biomedical Research
  • NC Dept. of Ag & Consumer Services
  • NC State Grange
  • NC State University
  • Pappas Ventures
  • Piedmont Community College
  • Piedmont Pharmaceuticals
  • Platte Life Sciences
  • Research Triangle Foundation of NC
  • Samuel Roberts Noble Foundation
  • Scynexis
  • Smith Anderson
  • Southeast BIO
  • Southeast TechInventures
  • Syngenta Biotechnology
  • Garner Economic Development
  • Trana Discovery
  • Tri Properties

This is a project of the AgBiotech Initiative supported by the NC AgBiotech Advisory Council.

North Carolina is a leading center of agricultural biotechnology research and industry activity, and the Triangle region is home to one of the most impressive clusters of commercial and academic activity driving global innovation across food and agricultural applications. We believe the world-class professionals working in our local companies and universities are a unique strength that truly distinguishes us as the global hub for the ag biotechnology industry. 



More Information

Please contact Michelle VonCannon with questions.


NCBiotech Center
Research Triangle Park, NC


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