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April 17, 2012

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Medical Device Industry Finds Niche in Charlotte USA

January 25, 2012

Charlotte USA’s approach to workforce development has become a national model.  Tuesday night, President Barack Obama singled out the synergy between Siemens and Central Piedmont Community College in creating a desirable and skilled workforce.  This relationship is just one example of the

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Overview of Charlotte USA’s Medical Device Industry

January 25, 2012

Sarstedt, Inc, a German owned maker of science and medical instruments invests millions and adds jobs in a facility expansion in Newton, NC.  Greiner Bio-One, an Austrian owned manufacturer of medical sampling devices and laboratory analysis technology added jobs in Monroe, NC.  Groninger USA

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Food & Beverage Industry takes Root in Charlotte USA

January 12, 2012

Niagara Bottling Co. will open a $45 million water-bottling plant.  Madrona Specialty Foods will establish a manufacturing and distribution facility.  General Mills will establish a research operation focusing on vegetables and oats.  Monsanto will open a research and development facility. 

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Charlotte Regional Partnership Site Cloud

December 21, 2011

Charlotte USA, Bucking the Trend for Migration Slowdown

October 06, 2011

Charlotte’s Combined Statistical Area (CBSA) has averaged approximately 95,000 new residents annually from out of state and abroad since 2005.  This trend is a positive economic indicator for Charlotte USA and reinforces our ability to still attract newcomers, despite losses many other states

Charlotte’s Intermodal Facility Takes Shape

October 05, 2011

Norfolk Southern continues to work on construction plans for an Intermodal  rail and trucking facilityat Charlotte Douglas International Airport (CLT) and anticipates starting construction by year’s end.  An Intermodal rail yard will result in CLT having an integrated multimodal hub which

What’s the Big Deal with Anthocyanins?

September 14, 2011

It looks like we’ll all be living longer and healthier lives – and looking better to boot, according to some groundbreaking research that was revealed at the North Carolina Research Campus last week during the 6th International Workshop on Anthocyanins. Working together, N.C. State University

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UNC Charlotte adds Ph.D in bioinformatics

January 28, 2011


UNC Charlotte’s doctoral programs now number 19 with the addition of a new degree in bioinformatics and computational biology. Approval of the program came last week from the UNC Board of Governors. 

This new doctoral program will have special appeal to students with

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