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Fintech company Lendio has ranked North Carolina fifth in its 2023 list of best states for small business.
In North Carolina, the “birthplace” of CROs, positions are plentiful and generally offer good salaries, benefits and job security. But contract/clinical research is still not a well-known career option.
Raleigh-based chemical and biomolecular diagnostic company Animal Cancer Dx is changing its name to Oncotect, and opening the door to applying its platform to human disease in the process. 
Emmes, a rapidly expanding contract research organization based in Rockville, Md., has opened a North Carolina office in Wilmington staffed with a dozen employees, including two top executives
Durham-based Clinetic, spun out of Duke University in 2017, says it has hit a milestone by signing its 10th academic health system agreement that links hospital data with clinical studies.
Duke University’s Fuqua School of Business will address “Innovation and Disruption: Technology’s Role in Transforming Health Care.” at its annual MBA health care conference on Wednesday, March 22, on West Campus.
Iowa-based Mazen Animal Health, which has an R&D facility in RTP, has received a patent for its technology to produce orally delivered animal vaccines in plants such as corn.
NCBiotech awarded 19 grants and loans totaling more than $2.3 million to universities, bioscience companies and nonprofit organizations in the second quarter of its fiscal year.
Surry County seventh graders got to be forensic scientists in a BioNetwork outreach program hosted by the local community college.
Morrisville life sciences professional services organization Kymanox has acquired the European company anteris in a move that expands Kymanox’s reach in the EU.
After receiving a grant from NCBiotech, Appalachian State University assistant professor Michael Reddish, Ph.D., landed a campus record $1.6 million in NIH funding.
RTP's Greenlight Biosciences has received regulatory approval to begin the first phase 1/2 clinical trial of its COVID-19 vaccine candidate in Rwanda.
North Carolina has been recognized by Merchant Maverick as one of the top10 states in the country for women-led startups.
The 20th edition of World Stem Cell Summit will be held in Winston-Salem June 5-9, 2023, in conjunction with the 10th annual Regenerative Medicine Essentials Course.
New York immunotherapy company Immunaeon is the latest firm to establish a presence in Winston-Salem’s growing regenerative medicine community, marketed as the RegenMed Hub.
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