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Posts tagged “N.C. Biotech Center”

Updated 7:41 a.m. today

BioMedomics lands OK to sell sickle tell test in Kenya, eyes US

Triangle-based medical diagnostics company BioMedomics is open for business in Kenya while it waits for U.S. Food and Drug Administration approval to sell its medical diagnostics in America.

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April 26

NC Biotechnology Center awards $2.5M in latest round of grants, loans

Grants ‚ÄčThe North Carolina Biotechnology Center awarded 21 grants and loans totaling $2.5 million to companies, universities and nonprofit organizations across the state during the third quarter of its 2015-2016 fiscal year ending March 31.

April 25

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April 22

Premium Lock Ex-NC Biotech leader Alexander lands new job

Leslie Alexandre Leslie Alexander, a former CEO of the North Carolina Biotechnology Center, has a new job.

Updated April 19

Two NC firms looking for votes in BIO innovation contest

Two North Carolina companies are among 39 biotechnology firms competing in a Buzz of BIO contest to recognize the most innovative companies prior to this summer's BIO International Convention in San Francisco.

BIO International Convention BIO International Convention

April 18

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April 11

Bayer digs in to educate NC students on ag biotech

Bayer hosted more than 160 fifth graders and high school students from central North Carolina last week in RTP with students touring facilities, talking with Bayer staff and participating in hands-on exercises demonstrating how new crop seeds and ag chemicals move from an idea in someone's mind to a product used in a farmer's field.

Trying out "Sticky Icky" Trying out "Sticky Icky"

April 11

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April 8

NCSU 'CRISPR' pioneer to spell out gene editing for public

Rodolphe Barrangou A pioneering researcher at North Carolina State University, Rodolphe Barrangou, Ph.D., is about to discuss how he's cutting and pasting his way to new discoveries in the adaptive bacterial immune system known as CRISPR.

April 5

Premium Lock Charlotte device firm Medical Murray celebrates 20 years of growth

Medical Murray is celebrating 20 years of innovation and expansion in the medical device industry mere months after open house festivities at a new Medical Murray Southeast building near the Charlotte Douglas International Airport.

Assembly of Medical Murray products requires care and cleanliness Assembly of Medical Murray products requires care and cleanliness

April 4

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Updated March 29

Premium Lock Flag Therapeutics lands half of a $1M round

Flag Therapeutics Inc., an early-stage oncology company based in Raleigh, has raised $500,000 of a $1 million equity raise, according to a regulatory filing.

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March 28

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March 21

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Updated March 17

Premium Lock German firm opens $27M medical plastics plant near Asheville

New jobs     A family-owned German company called Raumedic has opened a $27 million development and production facility in western North Carolina to make medical and pharmaceutical plastic and rubber components.

March 16

Premium Lock New Jersey pharma firm picks RTP for $20M expansion

Braeburn Pharmaceuticals, a 4-year-old Princeton, N.J., company developing drugs with specialized delivery technologies to improve treatments for mental illness, pain and addiction, plans to invest nearly $20 million over five years to establish a manufacturing and R&D hub in Durham County that will create 52 new jobs.

A Braeburn implant A Braeburn implant

March 16

Premium Lock Wilson's Craft Technologies lands $844K Gates Foundation grant

Craft Technologies, a small contract laboratory in Wilson, has received $844,395 from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation for analytical work aimed at improving nutrition in the developing world.

Craft Technologies blood sampling.  Craft Technologies blood sampling.

Updated March 14

Premium Lock Bioscience building boom at stake in NC bond vote

North Carolina voters will not only cast ballots for their favorite presidential candidate in the March 15 primary election. They will also decide a $2 billion state bond referendum that has long-term implications for North Carolina's life science community.

Proposed NCSU plant sciences research complex Proposed NCSU plant sciences research complex

March 14

Premium Lock What's at stake in NC bond vote for state's universities

Economic development Several university projects - plus one involving expansion of the N.C. School of Science and Math - that would be funded by a successful bond vote stand out for their potential impact on life science research, education and business collaboration. Here's a breakdown of the spending plans for each campus.

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