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2022 Legislative Reception (photo gallery)

2022 Legislative Reception (photo gallery) NCBIO held its 2022 Legislative Reception on Wednesday, June 22, at the North Carolina Museum of History in Raleigh. The event was well attended by NCBIO members who were joined by a number of state senators, including Life Science Caucus Co-Chair Sen. Mike Woodard and Sens. Lisa Barnes, Sydney Batch,…

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Sen. Tillis joins NCBIO members for Q&A

Sen. Thom Tillis addressed manufacturing capacity, China, intellectual property protections, workforce development and more with NCBIO members during a legislative forum held online Friday, Jan. 14. He emphasized that he and his staff were eager to hear the concerns, issues and ideas of North Carolina’s life sciences industry.

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NC colleges and universities review workforce training programs with BMF members

NC colleges and universities review workforce training programs with BMF members Representatives from the NC Community Colleges’ BioNetwork, the NC Pharmaceutical Services Network, BRITE at NC Central University, NC A&T University and North Carolina State University’s BTEC were all on hand Tuesday, Nov. 16, at the NCBIO Biomanufacturers Forum Meeting to discuss their efforts provide…

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2021 BIO Digital Roundup

2021 BIO Digital Roundup BIO Digital 2021 spotlighted biotech’s transformative role and impact on today’s four key challenges: COVID, social justice, the economy and climate change. NCBIO brings you this summary of the speakers and sessions that made the event so important. Click the link that follows each day’s description to read more in-depth coverage…

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Sam Taylor honored in the Congressional Record

Congressional Record

REMEMBERING SAM TAYLOR Mr. Tillis. Madam President, I rise today with my colleague, the senior Senator from North Carolina, to honor the life and work of Sam Taylor, the president of North Carolina Biosciences Organization. Sam was a giant in our State and a leading voice for our vital and innovative life sciences and biopharmaceutical…

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