Posts tagged “N.C. Biotech Center”

August 2, 2011

Premium Lock Biotech Center funds $2.5M marine biotech innovation center

The purpose of the NC Biotechnology Center is to help develop commercial development of the state's maritime resources.

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Updated July 28, 2011

Premium Lock NC Biotech Center hands out $1.4M in grants for university research equipment

N.C. Biotech Center    The Institutional Development Grant program is designed to help scientists obtain the latest in hardware.

June 29, 2011

Premium Lock MedCity News now a content partner for WRAL Tech Wire

MedCity News The company, which maintains a bureau in RTP, will provide life science and medical news as part of a syndication agreement. The addition is the latest in a series of moves to expand coverage of the region and state's growing high-tech sector.

June 20, 2011

Premium Lock STEM News from i3, Bayer, Biotech, and Hollywood

STEM News Millions now available in second round of i3 grants; Bayer Cropscience is making science make sense; Workshop targets biotech for middle school teachers; Computer studies made cool, on film and now on campus.

Updated May 18, 2011

Premium Lock Greenhouse center in RTP to help incubate agbiotech research, startups

Alexandria Real Estate Equities, which builds and operates facilities for life sciences companies, will build a 50,000 square foot facility in RTP for new businesses and plant research.

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Updated April 25, 2011

Premium Lock Biogen Idec receives statewide award for math, science

Biogen Idec recently received the 2011 Business and industry Award from the North Carolina Science, Mathematics, and Technology Education (SMT) Center.

March 9, 2011

Premium Lock NC Biotech Center names business development director

Joe Nixon Joseph Nixon, a veteran life sciences firm executive, will oversee the center's loan programs for emerging companies.

Updated February 16, 2011

Premium Lock Medical tech companies add diversity to CED conference

Luke Roush TransEnterix is one of several growing North Carolina medical device companies presenting at CED's Biotech/Life Science Conference next week in Raleigh. Luke Roush with the Durham-based firm discussed with WRAL Tech Wire the benefits of participating in this year's event.

January 18, 2011

Premium Lock CED adds early-stage company funding pitches to biotech event

CED Biotech Conference Fourteen startups are selected to make 10-minute presentations to potential investors as part of its annual Biotech and Life Science Conference.

Updated December 29, 2010

Premium Lock N.C. Biotech Center gets energy-efficiency upgrade

N.C. Biotechnology Center The nonprofit's headquarters building is projected to see a $407,000, 15-year payback on a half-million-dollar investment of federal recover funds.

Updated December 8, 2010

Premium Lock N.C. Biotech Center forms Agricultural Biotech Advisory Council

N.C. Biotech Center    The 21 member group's task is to explore possibilities for biotech in state's agriculture industry.

Updated November 19, 2010

Premium Lock Broadband has real impact for North Carolina communities

The Impacts of BTOP Millions of dollars have flowed into North Carolina this year to expand broadband access in rural and underserved areas of the state. A panel representing community anchor institutions at NCREN Community Day discussed how the work will impact libraries, health care, schools and others.

Updated October 28, 2010

Premium Lock Biotech industry gives Jim Hunt a well-earned salute

In 1981, the former governor spearheaded a drive to create the N.C. Biotechnology Center. This week, a $10 million addition to the Center is dedicated in his honor.

Plaque dedicated to Jim Hunt. Plaque dedicated to Jim Hunt.

October 27, 2010

Premium Lock Leaders praise Hunt as he praises state's biotech success

Jim Hunt Business and political heavyweights gathered Tuesday at the N.C. Biotechnology Center for the dedication of a new annex to Gov. Jim Hunt, who pushed for the center's founding three decades ago.

October 26, 2010

Premium Lock N.C. set to dedicate $10M addition to Biotech Center in RTP

A variety of industry leaders, Gov. Bev Perdue and other politicians will gather along side former Gov. Jim Hunt to dedicate the James B. Hunt, Jr. leadership Annex at the North Carolina Biotechnology Center.

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Updated September 22, 2010

Premium Lock Center of Innovation for Nanobiotechnology debuts Wednesday

COIN Funded with $2.5 million grant from N.C. Biotechnology Center, COIN focuses on development of nanotechnology in life sciences. It is hosting a roundtable at RTP headquarters.

Updated August 11, 2010

Premium Lock Vaccine developer to build $42M 90,000 square foot plant in RTP

Canada-based Medicago receives $21 million in funding from Pentagon for project. It uses tobacco plants to produce vaccine. The firm and a life science real estate company will match the federal investment. Some 85 jobs will be created. N.C. includes $125,000 grant.

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