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After spending 12 years as a scientist studying plant and animal viruses, Patricia Eagle is now back in school, learning how to teach science to high...
Tuesday, 12.3.2013 09:05 AM
Partnerships between business and education are crucial for ensuring that students graduate with the tools and knowledge needed to succeed in a 21st...
Tuesday, 11.26.2013 12:47 PM
Leaders in business, government and higher education today visited the Northeast Regional School of Biotechnology and Agriscience on a learning tour...
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A historically recession-resistant industry, health care and life sciences inject billions into our economy. To ensure their success, they need scientifically literate, well-trained workers, which STEM schools are helping to provide.+ More
Energy and sustainability and the "green" industries they comprise are ripe for innovation, technology and the bright minds and top-notch skills that North Carolina's STEM-educated graduates bring to the equation.+ More
Whether it's using biologic processes to improve the health of people or animals or develop life-saving medical devices or the latest in seed selection to create drought-resistant groups, biotechnology and agriscience are two forward-looking industries with a strong presence in North Carolina. STEM schools in the network support these industries on many levels.+ More
North Carolina is a new center of gravity for the aerospace, advanced manufacturing and national security-support sectors, creating opportunities for students, graduates and companies.+ More