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  • NC Resources

  • NCBioImpact

    NCBioImpact combines the resources of North Carolina's university and community college systems to meet the growing demands of the biotechnology and pharmaceutical industries.  NCBIO was a leader in helping establish this training program.

  • BioNetwork

    Operated by the North Carolina Community College System, BioNetwork offers incumbent worker training, transitional worker training, and pre-employment classes on specific topics and skill sets. BioNetwork also supports the future biotechnology and life science workforce through teacher training and outreach. 

  • BRITE

    North Carolina Central University (NCCU) has created the Biomanufacturing Research Institute and Technology Enterprise (BRITE) specifically to train the next generation of biotechnology scientists and expand North Carolina’s already booming biotech industry. 

  • BTEC

    The Golden LEAF Biomanufacturing Training and Education Center (BTEC) at NC State University is a unique, cross-disciplinary instructional center that provides educational and training opportunities to develop skilled professionals for the biomanufacturing industry. It also provides bioprocess development and analytical services to a wide range 

  • NC Biotechnology Center

    NC Biotechnology Center connects the company and university researchers; the funders and the small companies; the job seekers and job providers. We provide funding when few others do. The Center is a private, non-profit with headquarters in Research Triangle Park and offices in Asheville, Charlotte, Winston-Salem, Greenville and Wilmington.

  • CED

    CED helps Triangle entrepreneurs build and grow successful companies by providing education, mentoring and capital formation resources to technology-based, high-growth entrepreneurs. 

  • MarineBIO

    The Marine Bio-Technologies Center of Innovation (MBCOI) combines a regional focus with a global perspective, to serve as the NEXUS for information, collaboration, and commercialization of marine biotechnologies among our stakeholders, both domestically and internationally. 

  • NCABR

    The mission of the North Carolina Association for Biomedical Research (NCABR) is to provide support for and promote public understanding of bioscience research.  

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