Posts tagged “NCSU”

February 26, 2007

Premium Lock NCSU Researchers Uncover Link to Nicotine Resistance

genome UniversityTech: National Institutes of Health-funded study could be step toward personalized medicine.

February 16, 2007

Premium Lock Discovery Channel Is Tracking Insight Racing’s ‘Lone Wolf’

Lotus UniversityTech: NCSU-sponsored team is preparing Lotus sports car for competition in autonomous vehicle challenge later this year.

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Updated February 15, 2007

Premium Lock N.C. Biotech Center Launches Search for New President

biotech center Nine-member committee to work with a search firm. In interim, three Biotech Center execs will oversea operations.

February 15, 2007

Premium Lock Duke Prepares for Bio Threats with New Research Facility

biolab UniversityTech: Biocontainment Laboratory, which is funded by National Institutes of Health, to open on Feb. 16.

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February 15, 2007

Premium Lock You Decide: Is Economics Sabotaging Alternative Fuels?

Mike Walden Changes in two key prices – oil, ethanol - have raised questions about the viability of ethanol and other new fuels.

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Updated February 12, 2007

Premium Lock Microrobots? NCSU Devices Can Propel Themselves, Perform Other Functions

NCSU diode UniversityTech: NCSU scientists equip miniscule devices with energy to perform several functions. Development could lead to ‘microrobots,’ ‘smart devices.’

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February 9, 2007

Premium Lock N.C. Biotech Center Hands Out $1.9M in Research Grants

Biotech logo Variety of programs at four different universities are designed to boost collaborations between teaching and research efforts.

February 9, 2007

Premium Lock You Decide: What Did Milton Friedman Teach Us?

Mike Walden Friedman has passed from us, but his theories and proposals will be discussed and debated well into the future.

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Updated February 6, 2007

Premium Lock N.C. Biotech Center Hands Out $377,760 in Research, Teaching Grants

Biotech Center issues grants Education Enhancement Grants are designed to increase biotech research, education across state.

February 2, 2007

Premium Lock Researchers Reduce ‘Mad Cow’ Threat in Blood

Blood work UniversityTech: NCSU scientists work with team that develops beads made of resin which capture Mad Cow Disease agent in blood.

February 1, 2007

Premium Lock Lenovo's 'Innovation Triangle' Includes Raleigh, CEO Tells Raleigh Audience

William Amelio during brief interview with WRAL Local Tech Wire. In speech at Emerging Issues Forum, William Amelio lauds Research Triangle for its knowledgeable workforce. However, he says Lenovo's presence can’t be taken for granted and says a well-educated workforce in future is essential.

February 1, 2007

Premium Lock Job Cuts, Increase in PC Sales Help Lenovo Beat Analysts Expectations

Lenovo profits up. However, PC shipments in U.S. market fell 4 percent. Still, Lenovo CEO sees 'tangible progress' for world’s third largest PC manufacturer. PC shipments surge 8% overall.

January 29, 2007

Premium Lock HowStuffWorks Merger Value Swells to $50M

HowStuffWorks logo Online information site started by Raleigh resident Marshall Brain is to join forces with Hong Kong company.

Updated January 23, 2007

Premium Lock NC IDEA Hands Out $156.000 More in Grants to Four High-Tech Startups

NC IDEA Proof-of-concept funds go to nanotechnology, semiconductor, cancer research, recycling firms. NC IDEA handed out more than $200K in grants in 2006. More grants will be awarded later this year.

January 22, 2007

Premium Lock Company Profiles: NC IDEA's Latest Grant Recipients

NC IDEA Four companies range from nanotechnology to molecular testing.

Updated January 22, 2007

Premium Lock Kyma Co-Founder Leaves; Semiconductor Chip Firm Aims for Up to $4M in New Funding

Kyma utilies technology developed at NCSU The spin-off from NCSU is attempting to commercialize chips based on gallium nitride. Two executives are promoted as part of a 'right size' move.

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