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Carbon capture technology developed in the Triangle could reduce the footprint of your next delivery

3 hours ago

Amazon boxes could soon have a lower carbon footprint, thanks to technology developed by RTI International, a nonprofit institute headquartered in Research Triangle Park.

Jim Roberts: 'Coastal corridor' paying off; Wilmington-area startups see investment in connected devices, life sciences

6 hours ago
As the Wilmington innovation and startup ecosystem evolves and matures, new connections with statewide organizations are paying off for regional startups with connected devices for the emerging life sciences industry sector at the coast. The participating Wilmington startups have...

Drugs like Ozempic and Wegovy could strengthen the US economy, Goldman Sachs predicts

3 hours ago

Goldman Sachs argues that since poor health unambiguously weighs on the economy, improving health outcomes due to GLP-1s could lower costs and boost productivity, shoring up economic output.

WRAL TechWire Business - BioCryst

Angioedema drug's upside puts BioCryst on path to profits in 2026

3 hours ago

Sales of Orladeyo have jumped to $326 million last year from $133,000 in 2020. The company expects revenue from the drug of as much as $400 million this year.

What recession? Professional forecasters raise expectations for US economy in 2024

23 hours ago

This year looks to be a much better one for the U.S. economy than business economists were forecasting just a few months ago, according to a survey released Monday.

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Resilience to expand capabilities at RTP facility

In addition to a planned $225 million investment in a Cincinnati facility to increase the site’s drug product capacity, Resilience plans to expand its drug product capabilities at the company’s Research Triangle Park facility using a modular design within its segregated expansion space to offer drug product manufacturing for multiple modalities, the company said.

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