Charles Hamner Reflects on...

During Charles Hamner’s time as the chief executive of the North Carolina Biotechnology Center, he recruited 16 companies to come to Research Triangle Park. But even as Charles explained to his place in the evolution of RTP, he deferred credit […]

Duke’s Key Role in D...

For some context about how much Duke University’s real estate presence has grown in the Bull City, consider that 12 years ago, Duke occupied just 70,000 square feet in downtown Durham, says Scott Selig, associate vice president of capital assets […]

Rotary’s Youth Excha...

Rotarians in District 7710 have opportunities to be ambassadors for their country without even leaving North Carolina. Kelly Norman, a member of the Clayton Rotary Club and chairperson of District 7710 Youth Exchange Committee, spoke to the RTP Rotary Club […]

NC State Feeds Appetite fo...

By 2050, the world will need to feed as many people as have been fed over the previous 10,000 years, according to estimates. North Carolina State University aims to contribute innovations that will help the industry achieve the efficiencies needed […]

B Corps Take Shape in the ...

While most companies operate with maximizing profit as their primary goal, a small but growing number of businesses are forming with environmental and social goals in mind. These “benefit corporations,” meet rigorous certification standards set by B Lab, the nonprofit […]

Congratulations to our fri...

RESEARCH TRIANGLE PARK, NC – AUGUST 4, 2015 – First Flight Venture Center (FFVC) today announced it has been selected as a winner of the second annual US Small Business Administration (SBA) Growth Accelerator Fund Competition. The RTP-based incubator was […]