Posts tagged “Biotech & Life Science”
National Agriculture Day is not just about farming. It's about creating a better world for the future of our children, communities and planet. This can only be accomplished through the kind of innovations in science and technology happening right here in the "Sweet Potato State," combined with the support of an educated general public.
Health data analytics startup Bivarus CEO Dave Levin, a Triangle life science marketing veteran, talks with WRAL TechWire about what his plans are for growing the Durham company after raising $4 million in new capital. The round was led by Hatteras Ventures. And Levin plans to immediately boost hiring by up to 15 people.
AgBiome, the startup focusing on improvements in crop science and backed by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, has received EPA approval for its first fungicide product.
The Landing Pad, a program of the North Carolina Biotechnology Center, helps nascent bioscience companies to get started here or more mature companies from elsewhere in the nation or world to establish a new presence here.
Bivarus, which was founded in 2014, works to collect data to give insight as to how patients are treated and to measure their satisfaction of quality of care. Bivarus also raised $2 million a year ago.
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Ron Sederoff, an NC State forestry professor and pioneering molecular geneticist, has won the 2017 Marcus Wallenberg Foundation Prize, an international award for scientific achievements in fields important to forestry.
Qualyst Transporter Systems finds success with assays testing potential effects of drugs, cosmetics and foods on the liver
Durham-based Qualyst Transporter Systems launched its latest assay this month, a novel in vitro way to test compounds for their potential to cause a serious liver problem called cholestiatic drug induced liver injury.
Local and state officials as well as the Duke Clinical Research Institute and Longfellow Real Estate Partners gathered in Durham on Thursday to break grown on new buildings as part of the Durham Innovation District. Managing Partner Adam Sichol explains what the project means to Durham, the region - and his company.
Polyglot Systems, a Morrisville-based company that simplifies drug information for patients and then translates that data into 21 languages, has been sold to a California company for an undisclosed amount.
GlaxoSmithKline says in its annual report that it will pay incoming CEO Emma Walmsley - the first woman to lead a top drug maker - some 25 percent less than the man she is replacing.