NCBiotech News

We work hard to bring you the stories about the life science community in North Carolina. Every once in a while, we add a little news of our own. Read some of those stories below, or check out some of our perspectives on our staff blog.

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A unique, non-invasive urine test to diagnose cancers in dogs will soon get more “legs” in the marketplace, thanks to a deal struck by its developer, Raleigh-based Sentinel Biomedical.
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The recently expanding Novo Nordisk drug-manufacturing operations in Durham and Clayton will provide U.S. supplies of the company’s new diabetes drug Rybelsus.
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Satsuma Pharmaceuticals, a South San Francisco pharmaceutical company with operations in Research Triangle Park, will use proceeds from a September $90.8 million initial public offering to develop its fast-acting, easy-to-use nasal powder inhaler formulation to treat migraine from pocket or purse.
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Point Motion, a new Winston-Salem digital health company founded by a jazz musician, is using the music of movement to detect and monitor changes in wellbeing.
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The North Carolina Biotechnology Center has launched a demonstration pilot program of free genetic testing for its employees in a collaboration with health technology company Color Genomics.
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Durham medical device company 410 Medical has closed on an $8 million Series A financing deal with Hatteras Venture Partners, OSF Healthcare and former investors.
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TriPharm Services, a new Morrisville-based contract pharmaceutical development and manufacturing organization, is commissioning a new specialized manufacturing operation using the latest isolator manufacturing equipment.
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After more than two decades of game-changing accomplishments in the life science world, AskBio CEO Sheila Mikhail has been “discovered” as the Springboard Enterprises 2019 Northstar Honoree.
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For the third time since opening a Charlotte R&D and manufacturing facility in 2012, medical device company Medical Murray is celebrating the opening of an even bigger “home” in the Queen City – this one encompassing 30,000 square feet.
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Three early stage bioscience companies in North Carolina are among 16 companies from the Southeast selected to present their funding needs to potential investors at a major industry conference next month in Florida.
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Mycovia Pharmaceuticals of Durham is partnering with a major Hungarian pharmaceutical company to commercialize and manufacture one of Mycovia’s drug candidates in Europe, Latin America, Australia, Russia and other former Soviet countries.
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Circassia Pharmaceuticals, a British company with U.S. headquarters in Morrisville, has commercially launched Duaklir, a maintenance treatment for patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), in the United States.
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Over 120 life science professionals in the race for new therapies for rare disease gathered for a full late-September day of speakers, panels, audience engagement and networking at the Rare Disease Forum at the North Carolina Biotechnology Center.
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How disease foundations are carving out niches and using creative models to support drug development was the focus of the first of the two-day Invest in Cures & Rare Disease Forum, hosted at the North Carolina Biotechnology Center in late September.
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Life science professionals with an interest in gastrointestinal health of either animals or humans will want to attend the North Carolina Biotechnology Center’s Animal Health & Nutrition Forum on November 4.