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Your connection to our life-science community. North Carolina Biotechnology Center r(SBOUT-PBOT r#VTJOFTT4VQQPSU r8PSLGPSDF&EVDBUJPO 'JOEZPVSDPOOFDUJPOBU North Carolina Bioscience Companies 36 Committed to North Carolina The futures of the growing biotechnology community and the state's economy are intrinsically linked. The industry's expansion and development means more jobs, signif cant scientif c 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. BioNetwork provides industry-specif c technical training and a variety of laboratory resources to enhance the biotechnology and life science workforce. Hands-on training and education programs are delivered on site, virtually, or in simulated industrial settings. BioNetwork also engages students and faculty in workshops that connect industry-required skills to educational activities. Please visit for more information. 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. Thank you to our 2015 Sponsors Chimerix (Durham) is a fast-growing biotech company focused on the discovery, development and commercialization of novel, oral antivirals in areas of high unmet medical need.

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