The North Carolina Biotechnology Center is a private, nonprofit corporation dedicated exclusively to biotechnology development. Its mission is to provide long-term economic and societal benefits to North Carolina by supporting biotechnology research, business and education statewide, and receives nearly all of its funding from the General Assembly. With headquarters in Research Triangle Park, the North Carolina Biotechnology Center was created in 1984 by state legislatures and works to strengthen the research capabilities of North Carolina’s companies and universities. The organization has three core programs: Science and Technology Development, Business and Technology Development and Education and Training.
MedPro Rx, Inc. is a specialty infusion pharmacy which has been providing infused and injectable medications and services to clients with chronic illnesses since 2002. With more than 100 years of combined pharmacy, nursing and management experience, MedPro Rx is dedicated to improving the overall outcomes of the client therapy experience. MedPro Rx’s goal is to set the standard for infusion care and achieve positive clinical outcomes for clients by participating in the healthcare process through integrated, community-based systems.
Headquartered in Raleigh, JDavis Architects is an organization of architects, landscape architects and interior designers committed to partnering with their clients to create vibrant, livable communities with architecture of lasting value. The firm is led by Jeffrey T. Davis, AIA, and Larry Zucchino, ASLA, recognized leaders in the architecture and planning professions in North Carolina.
The Hamner Institutes for Health Sciences is a cross-disciplinary nonprofit organization in Research Triangle Park that acts as a catalyst to facilitate technology development among North Carolina universities, while serving as a gateway to establish research collaborations with the bio/pharmaceutical industry and countries in Europe and Asia. The Hamner Institutes also has an Accelerator to support emerging companies and a new Institute for Translational Medicine to enhance its research in oncology, diabetes and respiratory diseases.
Founded in 1998, the Full Frame Documentary Film Festival celebrates the power and artistry of documentary film. Its mission is to provide documentary filmmakers with opportunities to showcase their work theatrically, stimulating conversation and community between filmmakers, industry executives and the general public. The festival is recognized as the premier documentary film festival in the United States by both The New York Times and indieWIRE and is well-known for its southern hospitality, relaxed atmosphere and walkable venue layout. During the past decade Full Frame has welcomed both first time and celebrated filmmakers including Martin Scorsese, Abbas Kiarostami, Michael Moore, Syndey Pollack, Errol Morris, Barbara Kopple, Ken Burns, Ric Burns, Charles Burnett, Mira Nair and Jonathan Demme.