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Committed to North Carolina North Carolina Biotechnology Center Your connection to our life-science community. • Grants & Loans • Business Support • Workforce & Education The futures of the growing biotechnology community and the state's economy are intrinsically linked. The industry's expansion and development means more jobs, signifcant scientifc advancements and an improved local quality of life. Alston & Bird harbors the expertise and drive to support biotechnology and its continued success in North Carolina. Find your connection at BASF believes that plant biotechnology is key for the 21st century, and North Carolina is a hub for innovation. With our global plant science headquarters now in Research Triangle Park, we continue to grow as one of the world's leading providers of biotech solutions for agriculture. BASF Plant Science has developed a unique gene-discovery platform for yield and quality traits in crops such as corn, soybeans and rice. Projects include higher-yielding row crops and nutritionally enhanced corn for animal feed. Division of Therapeutic Research and Development North Carolina is known for its rich agricultural history, and Bayer CropScience is committed to cultivating the industry's future. Our role in the biotechnology sector focuses on improving agricultural crops such as cotton, canola, soybean and wheat. Partnerships with local universities and companies are what have made a North Carolina address so rewarding for Bayer CropScience. 36 North Carolina Companies Carolinas HealthCare System is comprised of a diverse network of more than 791 care locations that see more than 10 million patient encounters annually. This fact, along with state-of –the art research core facilities and physician-scientist research teams, aford CHS a unique advantage to conduct clinical translational research that comprehensively addresses patient needs and the discovery of preventative therapies and treatments for many illnesses.

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