Thursday, January 26, 2012
4:00 PM THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 2012
FORSYTH TECH MAIN CAMPUS
2100 SILAS CREEK PARKWAY
WINSTON-SALEM NC 27103
To reserve a seat at this event, contact Mona Cofer at 336-734-7205 or firstname.lastname@example.org
All lectures are FREE and open to the public.
Friday, January 20, 2012
An aircraft maintenance and repair company with a Piedmont Aviation lineage said Thursday it will expand its operation at Smith Reynolds Airport in Winston-Salem.
Piedmont Propulsion Systems LLC has pledged to create 25 jobs and spend up to $2 million on capital investments over five years as part of taking over a 66,772-square-foot space. The company specializes in servicing aircraft for regional airlines, corporations, the military and general aviation. It has 31 full-time and four part-time employees.
Regenerative medicine company KeraNetics, whose biomaterials research into healing damaged tissue is already in the U.S. military’s sights, is now raising a targeted $7 million in equity financing.
The Winston-Salem, North Carolina company has raised $4.7 million from 26 investors so far in a securities sale that began on Dec. 30, according to securities filings.
KeraNetics is based on technology developed at Wake Forest University‘s Institute for Regenerative Medicine. The company works with keratins, a class of fibrous structural proteins that make up the hair, the outer layer of the skin and fingernails.
Keynote Speaker: Robert (Bob) A. Ingram, General Partner of Hatteras Venture Partners
Triad BioNight is the marquee event for our region’s biotechnology community led by the Advisory Committee for Biotechnology in the Piedmont Triad and the Piedmont Triad Office of the N.C. Biotechnology Center. This event attracts several hundred leaders from academia, industry, and government from the region and across the state and features awards to celebrate biotechnology leadership in the region.
Thursday, January 19, 2012
Join William Parrish, Regional Director of the NC Small Business and Technology Development Center at Appalachian State University, and associate Jon Wilson to take a peek behind the door of the investor and get an "insider's look" into the ecosystem of equity funding.
When: Tuesday, January 31, 7:30-9:00am
Where: Auditorium, Piedmont Triad Community Research Center, 115 S. Chestnut St., Winston-Salem
Sponsored by: Innovation and Entrepreneurship Initiative, New Venture Incubator
Wednesday, January 18, 2012
The B/E Aerospace modular lavatory system (MLS) utilizes B/E Aerospace, patent pending, Spacewall® technology, which frees up floor space in the cabin, creating the opportunity to add up to six incremental passenger seats on each airplane.
Tuesday, January 10, 2012
B/E Aerospace Inc. said Monday that it will buy UFC Aerospace Corp., a supply chain management company. B/E, which is based in Florida has its largest American operation in Winston-Salem, with more than 800 workers in its commercial aircraft segment.
UFC Aerospace offers supply chain management and inventory logistics services to original equipment manufacturers and military customers.
"The acquisition of UFC substantially expands our capability to offer creative and differentiated supply chain solutions, value-added inventory logistics services … as well as further expanding our broad consumables product offering," Amin Khoury, chairman and chief executive of B/E, said in a statement.
"This acquisition supports our commitment to provide the best and broadest portfolio of aerospace consumables products and services to our customers." Read more.
Monday, January 9, 2012
4:00 pm Thursday, January 19, 2012
Forsyth Technical Community College
2100 Silas Creek Parkway
Winston-Salem NC 27103
To reserve a seat at this event, contact Mona Cofer at 336.734.7205 or email@example.com
All lectures are free and open to the public.
Friday, January 6, 2012
Riding or walking by the project, it's obvious that it will soon be done. And with a little imagination, it's easy to envision it becoming the next downtown hub.
The transformation of this one-time R.J. Reynolds tobacco plant into a mixed-use development that one day may employ 450 workers is nearing completion. The 270,000-square-foot building is part of the downtown research park's North District. It will consist of research labs for 350 scientists from Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center but also will feature office and retail spaces and student housing. Read more.
"We are excited to move our corporate headquarters to Winston-Salem after having much of our research and development operations located here since 2004," said John L. Miclot, President and CEO. "This relocation allows us to focus our resources more efficiently on advancing our Neo-Urinary Conduit™ and Neo-Kidney Augment™ programs. The presence of a well-educated, high-quality workforce was also a factor in the decision to move our headquarters to Winston-Salem." Read more.
Thursday, January 5, 2012
The drug, known as AZD1446, is the product of a research collaboration between the Winston-Salem-based Targacept (NASDAQ: TRGT) and pharmaceutical giant AstraZeneca (NYSE: AZN). It is thought to act on a kind of receptor in the brain known as a neuronal nicotinic receptor, and the planned trial would test it alongside the existing drug donepezil in patients with mild to moderate Alzheimier's. Donepezil is sold under the brand name Aricept. Read more.