Posts tagged “NCSU”

June 19, 2007

Premium Lock LaamScience Closes on $2M in Financing

LaamScience Nanocoating could be used to kill viruses, bacteria.

Updated June 18, 2007

Premium Lock RTI Names Director of Environment, Health, Safety Group

RTI Veteran RTI staffer to direct team of 90 scientists, engineers.

Updated June 11, 2007

Premium Lock NC IDEA Awards $215,000 in Grants to Five N.C. Startups

 ‘Proof of concept grants’ are designed to help fledgling companies advance product ideas, commercialization.

June 1, 2007

Premium Lock Barrett Joyner, Veteran Marketing and Sales Exec, Retires at Mi-Co

Barrett Joyner Data capture technology firm also expands management team with exec for channel sales.

May 29, 2007

Premium Lock NCSU Researchers Produce Fibers That Mimic Human Muscles

NCSU logo UniversityTech: Discovery could lead to advances in robotics, prosthetics, other uses.

May 18, 2007

Premium Lock UNC Greensboro Commits to Supporting Food Research Efforts at N.C. Research Campus

NCRESEARCH CAMPUS University will designate two research professors and staffs to focus on nutrition projects.

Updated May 18, 2007

Premium Lock NCTA ‘Technology Tea’ Set for Sunday

NCTA NCTA, WISE seek to draw more women to engineering, technology fields.

Updated May 7, 2007

Premium Lock Technically Speaking, N.C. Is Middling

John Locke Foundation logo North Carolina’s economy isn’t any more high-tech than is the American economy as a whole. It’s also quite a bit less high-tech than are other state economies in southeast.

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May 4, 2007

Premium Lock You Decide: Can Economics Solve Pollution?

Short of some brilliant inventors creating pollution-free automobiles and completely clean power plants, economists don't have a magic silver bullet that will reduce pollution without added costs.

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May 3, 2007

Premium Lock CED Announces Biotech 2007 Lineup

CED The Council for Entrepreneurial Development on Thursday confirmed the lineup for the eight panel sessions at Biotech 2007.

Updated May 2, 2007

Premium Lock NCSU to Formally Launch World’s First Nonwovens Institute on May 15

University Tech: A new North Carolina State University institute will help bolster the state’s standing in the fast-growing nonwovens textile industry.

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Updated April 19, 2007

Premium Lock Red Hat to Open Office, Base Employees at N.C. Research Campus

David Murdock Linux software developer seeks to push use of open source solutions in life sciences.

April 17, 2007

Premium Lock Erimos Pharmaceuticals Names New CEO

Erimos J. Scott Mohrland replaces Jeff Khoo, who becomes executive vice chairman of company’s board.

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