CiVentiChem has received its first U.S. Food and Drug Administration approval for a generic commercial active pharmaceutical ingredient (API) manufactured at its Cary headquarters.
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Eat colorful meals and make sure you get enough choline. That’s the key advice two nutrition experts offered during lunch at the Medical, BioMedical & BioDefense: Support the Warfighter symposium in Chapel Hill last week.
This post will be updated with news, stories and observations from the Biotechnology Innovation Organization's 2017 conference in San Diego, June 19-22.
Humacyte, a Morrisville-based regenerative medicine company, has been selected as one of the World Economic Forum’s 30 “Technology Pioneers” for 2017.
Achelios Therapeutics of Chapel Hill has completed a meeting with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration about a path to approval for its leading drug candidate, TOPOFEN, to treat acute and chronic migraine, a condition known for its debilitating pain.
The U.S. Special Operations Forces, which include Navy Seals, Army Rangers, and Air Force Special Tactics, have 9,500 people deployed in 90 countries. So they have special needs when it comes to acquisitions from private-sector partners.
One thing was clear, from the opening keynote to the final session, after a unique gathering of North Carolina business and Pentagon procurement leaders: the military is actively seeking private-sector partners to support the health and healing of U.S. warfighters and their families.
A Virginia man has become the first person in the world to be treated for pancreatic cancer with a bio-absorbable, implantable radiation device called CivaSheet, developed by Durham-based CivaTech Oncology.
Merz Neurosciences, a division of Raleigh-based Merz North America, has reported positive results from a Phase 3 clinical trial of its drug Xeomin for the treatment of adult sialorrhea, or unwanted drooling, due to Parkinson’s disease and other neurologic disorders.
In a big win for its surgical business, Durham-based Bioventus says all of its surgical orthobiologics products are now available through Premier Inc., a large group purchasing organization consisting of 3,750 U.S. hospitals and more than 130,000 other healthcare providers.
Appalachian State University’s Human Performance Laboratory on the N.C. Research Campus (NCRC) is recruiting at least 30 more male and female walkers and runners this month to determine if a 45-minute walk has the same effect on the digestion and circulation of healthful flavonoids as a 2.5-hour run.
The North Carolina Biotechnology Center is pleased to welcome our newest Landing Pad tenant, DAI Global Health.
A test for screening blood donations for presence of the Zika virus is now being sold in Europe by Grifols, a global developer of plasma-derived medicines that has 2,500 employees in North Carolina.