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.

Durham-based Bioventus finalized its acquisition of Misonix making the New York-based provider of therapeutic ultrasound technologies and regenerative medicine a wholly owned subsidiary of the company.
After a 25-year career in the restaurant and automotive sales industries, Chris Carver knew it was time for a change. Today, he is a full-time manufacturing associate in North Carolina's biopharmaceutical industry.
Metabolon, an RTP precision medicine company, has unveiled a new platform and tool to help visualize the metabolome -- the complete set of small-molecule chemicals found within a biological sample.
Duke University spinout Istari Oncology is partnering with FUJIFILM Diosynth Biotechnologies to manufacture its promising new cancer treatment based on a polio vaccine.
Duke University's Office for Translation and Commercialization, which manages Duke-generated innovations and licenses them to commercial partners, has reported the launch of 13 new companies in fiscal year 2021.
The first Samuel M. Taylor Scholarship recipient, Air Force vet Robert Voissem, is using the opportunity to pivot into a career of lifesaving drug development.
Suburban Chicago gene therapy company Jaguar Gene Therapy plans to invest $125.4 million and create 200 jobs by the end of the decade at a new Research Triangle Park manufacturing facility.
A partnership between North Carolina analytics leader SAS and life sciences capital firm Pappas Capital is staged to help the state become a global leader in agricultural technology.
Core Technology Molding Corporation – a minority-owned company in Greensboro – and RGEES, a cold-storage shipping company located just outside Asheville – are among NC companies that have seen major growth feeding the COVID pandemic supply chain.
Salubrent Pharma Solutions – a newly launched contract development and manufacturing organization, or CDMO – has just opened its first analytical services lab in Kannapolis.
NoviSystems, a new Triangle-area company that empowers data-driven decision making, has commercially launched Fusion Analytics, its platform to help hospitals, drug manufacturers and other complex businesses.
A new dental imaging system that can help dentists see tooth decay earlier and in greater detail will be commercially available by the end of the year from its developer, Surround Medical Systems of Morrisville.
Morrisville-based Locus Biosciences has entered a credit facility with Hercules Capital, Inc. of up to $25 million to expand the clinical-stage biotechnology company’s drug discovery platform and in-house manufacturing.
Kriya Therapeutics is launching a new division, Kriya Ophthalmology, focused on developing gene therapies for rare and prevalent ocular diseases.
Air Force vet Terra Trujillo finds BioWork certificate brings new career options in transition to civilian life.
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