Post and Courier 2/23/14 South Carolinians from across the state joined together in Charleston last week to celebrate the South Carolina-Israel Collaboration. Namely, the group honored its chairman, Jonathan Zucker, for his work from the collaboration’s inception until today. “The accomplishments of this collaboration over the course of just three years are unprecedented in our […]

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COLUMBIA, SC — Did you know that South Carolina is the only Southeastern state to sign a bilateral research and development agreement with Israel? And did you know that South Carolina was the only state to have an official presence in mid-December at Israel’s premier annual business gathering in Tel Aviv, attended by more than 3,000 […]

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GSA Business – Published Oct. 31, 2013 Clemson University has completed construction of a nanomaterials center designed to support research projects funded by the National Science Foundation, Air Force Office of Scientific Research and the Department of Energy. Work has already started at the center in Anderson County. The nanomaterials center allows scientists and engineers to better […]

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Most Israeli business people have not heard of South Carolina, and hardly any could place it on the map. But they will. Israeli startup Powermat Photo: Courtesy of Powermat Anyone following the news this week will be aware that the United States is in trouble. Its vaunted political system is driving it to ungovernability, and while […]

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Hod Hasharon, Israel and Charleston, SC, Belimed has entered into a strategic partnership with Haldor Advanced Technologies, the leading provider of RFID enabled surgical instrument management solutions for the healthcare industry Hod Hasharon, Israel and Charleston, South Carolina – September 16, 2013 – Belimed Inc., part of the Belimed Group, a world leader in Cleaning and […]

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3D Systems at epicenter of disruptive technology

September 24, 2013

No matter where you turn these days, 3-D printing seems to be all over the news. So much so that TheStreet.com reports the industry is at the peak of the “hype cycle,” a process used to determine how markets are adopting technology. At the epicenter of the hype cycle is 3D Systems of Rock Hill. […]

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AICC Member 3D Systems buys LA firm in sweet deal

September 11, 2013

colanews@scbiznews.com  — Published Sept. 11, 2013 Rock Hill-headquartered 3D Systems said Tuesday that it has acquired The Sugar Lab, a Los Angeles start-up micro-design firm dedicated to printing customized, multi-dimensional, edible confections in real sugar. Terms of the transaction were not disclosed. The Sugar Lab adopted 3D Systems’ Color Jet Printing technology to print on a sugar bed using different flavored edible binders […]

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Genetics research facility expanding in Greenwood

July 1, 2013

GSA Business, June 26, 2013 Clemson University and Greenwood Genetic Center began construction Wednesday on a 17,000-square-foot research and education center on nearly 15 acres donated by Greenwood County and the Greenwood Commissioners of Public Works. The site is adjacent to the Greenwood Genetic Center within the Greenwood Research Park. The Clemson University Center for Human Genetics will be used to recruit […]

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S.C. House passes angel investor bill

June 22, 2013

GSA Business, June 7, 2013 Startups could receive a boost with a recently passed bill that provides tax credits to those who invest in new ventures in South Carolina. The S.C. House of Representatives passed the High Growth Small Business Access to Capital Act (H.3505) Wednesday by a 94-10 vote. The legislation has been sent to the Governor’s […]

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SC Launch invests in Israeli company

May 19, 2013

Staff Report Published May 16, 2013 – https://www.charlestonbusiness.com/news/47722-sc-launch-invests-in-israeli-company SC Launch has approved a first-round investment in Israeli biotech company NeuroQuest, which plans to open a location in the South Carolina Lowcountry. SCRA Technology Ventures, which operates the SC Launch program, said the company will establish a U.S. affiliate and clinical development center in Charleston. “Receiving this follow-on investment […]

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