Three young bioscience companies started with funding and other help from the North Carolina Biotechnology Center will be presenters at the Innovation Showcase
* BioKier (http://www.ncbiotech.org/article/ncbiotech-helps-3-rising-stars/biokier-lands-17m-aha-foundation), a
* CanDiag (http://www.candiaginc.com/) of
* Nova Synthetix (http://www.ncbiotech.org/article/castor%E2%80%99s-fate-win/4599), a young
They're among the five companies chosen to present at the Innovation Showcase during the conference, co-presented by NCBiotech, CED and NCBIO.
The others are Improved Patient Outcomes and KinoDyn.
The companies' leaders will each have 10 minutes to pitch their wares to a panel of experts, who will then provide feedback.
Improved Patient Outcomes is a joint venture between
KinoDyn is a cancer diagnostic and drug discovery company built on a proprietary UNC-CH technology using multiplexed inhibitor beads and mass spectroscopy.
"These are some of the most promising early-stage companies in
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