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AgBiome is turning to an Ohio startup, 3Bar Biologics, to partner on 3Bar's biologics delivery system that essentially brings a key part of the laboratory to the farm field.
RTP-based ag tech company Vestaron is gaining market traction with its peptide biopesticide, and has raised $82 million in financing to support commercialization of its current product lineup and fuel the R&D of new products.
North Carolina has scored top honors for its recruitment efforts for the second year in a row, landing Site Selection magazine’s 2021 Prosperity Cup,
A new industrial consortium led by the North Carolina Biotechnology Center will develop apprenticeships in the life sciences to strengthen workforce preparedness.
Durham-based Humacyte is providing engineered blood vessels to multiple hospitals in Ukraine for treating wounded civilians and soldiers with vascular injuries suffered in the Russian invasion.
North Carolina is vying for up to $75 million in funding as part of the US EDA's “Build Back Better Regional Challenge.” This week, NC got to make its case in person.
Eastern North Carolina leaders are investing in the region’s growing entrepreneurial community as sponsors of NCBiotech's NC BIONEER Venture Challenge
Durham-based Mycovia Pharmaceuticals has received its first product approval from the FDA -- for VIVJOA, an oral antifungal capsule for treating recurrent vaginal yeast infections in women who have no reproductive capacity.
BASF has cut the ribbon on a 5,500-square-foot center dedicated to promoting sustainable agriculture, which is now open to the public in the heart of the Research Triangle.
Flush with more than $40 million in capital, Triad integrated research organization Javara says it’s getting ready to “revolutionize” the quality of clinical trials and, ultimately, patient outcomes.
Morrisville-based Heat Biologics will become NightHawk Biosciences (NYSE American: NHWK) on May 3.
With Gov. Roy Cooper's recent announcement on the extension of the Longleaf Commitment community college grant program, more low- and moderate-income North Carolinians can afford to get training for the fast-growing number of great jobs in the life sciences.
The Wake Forest Institute of Regenerative Medicine and the RegenMed Development Organization, both in Winston-Salem, are partnering with Houston's Axiom Space, developer of the world’s first commercial space station, to advance regenerative medicine manufacturing in space.
A whopping $300 million in federal funding is in the offing for small businesses developing innovative technologies -- and this May 3 seminar is going to teach you how to access it.
Carolina Liquid Chemistries Corp. of Greensboro has signed a semi-exclusive agreement to distribute a portable chemistry analyzer for the U.S. veterinary market.
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