Posts tagged “N.C. Biotech Center”

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ECU, First Flight, Investor's Circle land federal economic development grants

Dollar sign      East Carolina University Durham-based Investors' Circle and the First Flight Venture Cemter have landed federal grants to help promote entrepreneurship development programs.

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November 23

12 'One NC' startup grant recipients also have Biotech Center backing

Looking for cash? Twenty-nine small companies - most of them in the biosciences - have received grants totaling $1.7 million from the One North Carolina Small Business Program. Of those, 12 also have landed backing from the North Carolina Biotechnology Center.

November 21

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November 17

Wilmington startup Optima aiming to energize hog waste

Biofuels   ​​Power to the people through pig poop. That's the business mission of a new Wilmington company, Optima BioEnergy, that is aiming to capture renewable natural gas from swine manure that would otherwise decay and pollute the atmosphere with greenhouse gases.

November 14

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November 8

Winston-Salem company delivers 'soil to oil' solutions

"Better than flax. Not from fish." That's the simple value proposition for a new plant-based oil rich in nutritional omega fatty acids being launched by Technology Crops International (TCI) of Winston-Salem.

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November 7

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Updated November 4

Premium Lock InnAVasc Medical infuses millions in equity

InnAVasc Medical Inc. of Durham, which is developing medical devices that provide safer vascular access for patients with kidney failure, has raised two-thirds of a multi-million dollar equity round.

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November 3

Virginia-based organ transplantation institute expanding to North Carolina

LifeNet Health, a nonprofit organ transplantation and regenerative medicine organization, is opening a research lab in Research Triangle Park.

November 2

Premium Lock Why is RTP such an agtech hot spot? Accelerator CEO explains

Investors are always looking for good "deal flow," and the Research Triangle region certainly is providing that for the new AgTech Accelerator. Its CEO says more than 150 "technologies" have been reviewed since a May launch. Why is RTP germinating so may ideas?

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October 31

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October 27

Premium Lock Durham biotech Heat Biologics tackles Zika with new subsidiary

Mosquitos that carry Zika Durham-based Heat Biologics, a developer of immunotherapies that activate a patient's immune system to fight cancer, is stepping up efforts to address infectious diseases including the Zika virus.

October 24

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October 21

Premium Lock Expert says: Consumers need shared values, not science and data

Charlie Arnot talks values at AgBiotech Summit. Many biotech companies may be trying to create consumer acceptance and trust for products such as genetically modified organisms (GMOs) and other new technologies the wrong way.

October 21

Premium Lock When technology impacts the food chain, sometimes the food chain bites back.

Former Aventis CropScience COO John Wichtrich described the StarLink experience to NCBiotech Ag Biotech Summit 2016 audience. -- Sandalfoot Photography photo GMOs are controversial despite a lack of evidence showing they harm anyone. But lessons from the Starlink GMO corn affair of the late 1990 holds many lessons for the industry and consumers.

October 20

Premium Lock John Rabby elected chairman of NC Biotech Center

John Rabby, new Biotech Center chaiar John C. Rabby, an executive with 30-plus years of experience in global agribusiness development, has been elected chairman of the North Carolina Biotechnology Center's Board of Directors.

Updated October 19

Premium Lock Brands go for top domain names; voice recognition breakthrough, and you may be in a perpetual police photo lineup

Bulldog In todays update of technology news: Brands turning to top domain names led by Google; Microsoft makes voice recognition breakthrough; and you may be in a perpetual police photo llineup.

October 19

Premium Lock Agbio: Not all food tech engenders fears

Josip Simunovic, Ph.D, talks about the food preservation system developed by his company, Aseptia. -- Sandalfoot Photography photo Some genetically engineered foods such as White Russet potatoes and Arctic apples that don't brown remain controversial. But not all food technology innovations discussed at the North Carolina Biotechnology Center's AgBiotech Summit 2016 earlier this month engender social fears.

October 19

Premium Lock NC Biotech Center awarded more than $1M in loans and awards in Q1

NC Biotech Center The North Carolina Biotechnology Center awarded 17 grants and loans totaling $1,060,352 to companies, universities and nonprofit organizations across the state during the first quarter of its 2016-2017 fiscal year ending September 30.

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