Updated Feb. 28, 2017 at 8:09 a.m.

Life science presenting startups reflect NC's growing diversity in talent, focus

Published: 2017-02-28 07:58:00
Updated: 2017-02-28 08:09:29


Some 50 startups and emerging entrepreneurial companies from around North Carolina will be touting their technologies, products and management teams at the CED's annual Life Science Conference today and tomorrow. As profiles being published by WRAL TechWire clearly show, the state's ecosystem is more diverse than ever in both talent and expertise.

Plus, the number of support organizations for these new ventures continues to grow.

The Skinny encourages you to check out the profiles - 20 published so far with more to come - which are linked with this post.

Check out the names and the faces of top management.

Life Science Conference 2017  Look at the scope of products and the potential forma king life-altering and life-saving changes that are brewing within our state's biotech, pharmaceutical and medical device ecosystem.

And check out the list of "Powered by" organizations that are providing support to these firms, from mentoring to funding and more.

Numerous more profiles will be presented in coming days.

Check back daily for the latest in our series that is being produced in partnership with the Council for Entrepreneurial development, which is the lead host for the conference.

Profiles to date

Companies profiled so far include:

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