RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK – Another busy week for startups across North Carolina. Here’s a look back at the headlines from May 17-21:

Biotech firm picks Durham for new facilities, 200 jobs, $157M investment

Tech toy video must-see: Snap pushing smart glass envelope with augmented reality

What’s killer app for quantum computing? Hunt is on, Duke prof tells Congress

Charlotte transport tech startup Passport lands another $90M

With revenue soaring, Raleigh ID verification firm Global Data adds execs in global expansion

Established entrepreneur builds national business in Chapel Hill

Raleigh based 10 Federal raises $7.4M from 178 investors for new acquisition company

New execs, record bookings, more products highlight Pendo’s record quarter

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Morrisville-based medtech manufacturer rasies nearly $5M, to expand operations in Pittsboro

Emmy-nominated docuseries to feature Wilmington startups

New entrepreneurial startup hub from UNC, Duke aims to launch 18 companies in 18 months

Teaching Startup: Don’t waste your time mastering an elevator pitch

Protecting bee health: HiveTracks brings home $170K ahead of product launch

Your child is the creator: Toggle Book Factory aims to disrupt children’s book industry

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Silicon Valley 3D tech firm relocates to Chatham County, is adding jobs