NCBIO Roadmap to Diversity Event
“Our workforces are more dynamic. They're more empowered, they're more enlightened, and they want answers not just from the standpoint of their functional skills and capabilities in our business performance. But also what is it that our company stands for?” -- Keynote speaker Celeste Warren, VP, Merck Global Diversity and Inclusion Center
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NCBIO, the North Carolina Biosciences Organization
NCBIO is the trade association for North Carolina’s life science industry. Members include companies and research institutions working in the pharmaceutical, medical device, diagnostic, clinical research and agricultural biotechnology sectors, as well as firms and nonprofits that provide support services to life science companies. Founded in 1994, NCBIO works to help North Carolina’s life sciences community fulfill its extraordinary promise as a source of economic opportunity and improved quality of life through effective advocacy and policy.
Congress passed the Inflation Reduction Act on Aug. 12. Included in the law is a provision that gives Medicare Part D the ability to “negotiate” the price of medicines for the first time. Negotiate is in quotation marks because lawmakers are being ironic; no one can legitimately call the new price-setting policy a negotiation.Read More
On April 7, the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services held to its original decision to limit coverage of the…Read More
The biotech and life sciences industry is coming together to donate a range of critical medical supplies, equipment, and medications…Read More
NCBIO stands in solidarity with patient advocates and industry leaders in opposing the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services’ draft…Read More
At their quarterly meeting held Wednesday, Sept. 14, members of the NCBIO Biomanufacturers Forum learned about efforts and options for bolstering workforce and talent development in North Carolina. Members also received an update on the $25 million Build Back Better awarded to expand, connect and promote training and career opportunities in North Carolina.Read More
The co-chairs of the NC Life Sciences Caucus talked about workforce issues, transportation, infrastructure and economic development and asked NCBIO members to communicate the wants and needs of the life sciences industry at the NCBIO Legislative Luncheon and Forum held Wednesday, Aug. 31, at the NC Biotechnology Center.Read More
The second class of recipients of the Samuel M. Taylor Memorial Life Sciences Scholarship in the NC Community Colleges Foundation have been named. This year, five scholarships have been awarded.Read More
Strategies for meeting the booming demand for lab space in the Triangle and across North Carolina were shared and discussed by panelists from Azzur Group, Lee & Associates, Longfellow Real Estate Partners and Lincoln Harris at the NCBIO Lab Space Forum and Luncheon held Thursday, July 14, at the NC Biotechnology Center.Read More