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Posts tagged “N.C. Biotech Center”

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April 21

Zen-Bio lands $224K NIH award

Zen-Bio Zen-Bio, a Research Triangle Park biotechnology and contract research firm, has landed another in a string of National Institutes of Health grants - this one for $224,000 to help in the global fight against obesity.

April 20

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April 15

Durham drug startup Innocrin raises $28M to advance cancer therapy

VC funding  Durham drug developer Innocrin Pharmaceuticals has closed on $28 million in Series D financing to test a new therapy for difficult prostate and breast cancers.

April 13

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April 9

CEO: NC Biotech Center's support leads to $1.8M Alzheimer's grant

The founder and CEO of Research Triangle Park drug developer T3D Therapeutics says North Carolina Biotechnology Center support helped open the door to a recent $1.8 million federal Alzheimer's disease research grant.

April 6

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April 3

Developers: NC faces growing global competition in life sciences

Biotech   North Carolina's life science leaders can no longer consider South Carolina or Virginia or Georgia their competitors. The state is competing with the world, industry leaders tell N.C. economic developers at a meeting in Raleigh.

March 30

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Updated March 25

Premium Lock Google Fiber expands; Jim Goodnight's venture play; non-GMO food label; new Instagram app; GSK's next HQ in Asia

Bulldog Bulletin In today's Bulldog wrapup of technology and life science news: Google Fiber is expanding; Jim Goodnight's new venture play is biotech; a proposed label for non-GMO foods; Instagram has a new app; and GSK is building a new Asian headquarters.

March 25

Premium Lock Life beyond GSK: The entrepreneurial career options

Biotech   At an event put on by the North Carolina Biotechnology Center and supported by GlaxoSmithKline, more than 300 people who are losing their jobs at GSK through layoffs gathered to hear about possible options for future employment. "There is life beyond GSK," former GlaxoWellcome CEO Robert Ingram tells the crowd.

March 23

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March 19

Premium Lock UNC-TV to air report touting NC Arboretum as a jobs engine

Most people who visit the North Carolina Arboretum in Asheville enjoy it as a vacation stop at a "plant zoo" where the beauty and variety of the state's mountain vegetation can be enjoyed in a magnificent Appalachian setting. But the Arboretum is also an increasingly important scientific and economic resource for North Carolina.

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March 17

Premium Lock Southeast consortium building livestock feed grain system

Livestock producers in North Carolina and other mid-Atlantic states are sharing some high-tech tools to fix a big, expensive food disparity. A collaborative venture is challenging academic research and industry experts in North and South Carolina, Virginia and Maryland to put their heads together and find ways to produce at least 50 percent more animal feed grain from crops especially well-suited to conditions in the mid-Atlantic region.

New feed for livestock? New feed for livestock?

March 16

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Updated March 10

Premium Lock Nine firms named for Ag Biotech Entrepreneurial Showcase

Agbio The North Carolina Biotechnology Center's AgBiotech Initiative is expanding the 2015 Ag Biotech Entrepreneurial Showcase May 19 to include presentations from nine firms. They include two with technology based on tobacco research and one that uses LED lights to "communicate with plants."

Updated March 6

Premium Lock W-S based Targacept merging with California biotech firm

The publicly traded company, formed in downtown Winston-Salem in 1997 to do biopharmaceutical development on research started by the R.J. Reynolds tobacco company, is merging with privately held South San Francisco firm Catalyst Biosciences.

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March 6

Premium Lock The Dennis Gillings's insider guide to entrepreneurship

Dennis Gillings Quintiles' co-founder and chairman Dennis Gillings looks back at his career and offers his insight about innovation to come. "If you're excited about the opportunity, you can make other people excited about it too," he says. "Excitement inspires people to give their best. It also makes life fun."

Updated March 4

Premium Lock McCrory lauds NC's growing life science industry power

Governor Pat McCrory takes the stage at the CED Life Science Conference in Raleigh to praise the sector's growing economic power across North Carolina. "One of great things your industry has done is help us get out of this recession," he says.

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Updated March 3

Premium Lock NC biotech startups share global spotlight in Raleigh

DNA      Some 1,000 of the smartest minds in biotech, crop science, medicine and medical devices are gathering in Raleigh today and Wednesday for the annual life science conference put on by the Council for Entrepreneurial Development. A whopping 53 startups will have a chance to impress the best and brightest.

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