S. Carolina lures Israeli innovations with new R&D partnership, neurotech startup investment

May 19, 2013

Read more: http://medcitynews.com/2013/05/s-carolina-lures-israeli-innovations-with-new-rd-partnership-neurotech-startup-investment/#ixzz2Tm2LfjA2 South Carolina is joining the ranks of Massachusetts and New York in formalizing a partnership that could benefit local biomedical and health IT companies by allowing them to tap into scientific innovation happening in Israel, a nation rich with promising technology startups. Under the partnership, research entities in the state and the […]

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South Carolina, Israel to collaborate on R&D projects

May 12, 2013

Charleston Regional Business Journal  May 9, 2013 South Carolina and Israel have formed a research and development partnership to increase collaboration between the state and nation. Commerce Secretary Bobby Hitt and Israel’s Economic Minister to North America Nili Shalev announced the agreement during the U.S.-Israel Neurotechnology Business Exchange in Charleston this week.   “I highly expect that […]

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CU-ICAR Investing in Powertrain Research

April 22, 2013

By Scott Miller, GSA Business, April 10, 2013   The Clemson University International Center for Automotive Research is investing more than $2 million in new equipment to develop a greater niche in powertrain research, said Suzanne Dickerson, director of international business development. “And move ICAR beyond manufacturing and into product development,” she said. Fred Cartwright, a longtime GM […]

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‘Super Six’ join College of Charleston School of Business board

April 19, 2013

Charleston Regional Business Journal, April 18, 2013 The College of Charleston School of Business has added six new members to the board of governors to maintain connections between the school and business community, the college said in a news release. The School of Business is calling these particular board members the “Super Six” because of the breadth of […]

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Boeing Co. investing another $1B, creating 2,000 jobs in S.C.

April 9, 2013

By Matt Tomsic mtomsic@scbiznews.com Published April 9, 2013 The Boeing Co. is committing to create 2,000 jobs and invest another $1 billion in South Carolina during the next eight years to qualify for economic incentives being proposed in the General Assembly this week, a Boeing spokeswoman said this morning. “With unprecedented demand for commercial airplanes — including […]

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MUSC forms Institute for Applied Neurosciences to create companies from research

April 3, 2013

MUSC forms Institute for Applied Neurosciences to create companies from research Institute has for-profit partner for funding commercialization ideas (original article) Stacy Williams Shuker on March 29, 2013 at 9:34am The Medical University of South Carolina has formed a non-profit technology accelerator from within the Department of Neurosciences that will be funded by a for-profit organization […]

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Composite manufacturer opens North Charleston plant

March 28, 2013

For Charleston Regional Business Journal article click here Composite manufacturer opens North Charleston plant InterTech President Jonathan Zucker speaks with Gov. Nikki Haley at the opening of his company’s newest manufacturing plant in North Charleston. (Photo/Andy Owens) By Andy Owens March 18, 2013 Soon after cutting the ribbon and opening the doors on The InterTech Group’s newest manufacturing […]

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Scopus Security Presents: Safe Haven Workshop – Charleston 3/13/13

March 10, 2013

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CU-ICAR, EcoDual partner on natural gas engine research

March 10, 2013

From GSA Business A new S.C. partnership aims to convert diesel engines to natural gas operations. The Clemson University International Center for Automotive Research and Beaufort-based EcoDual Inc. are partnering on R&D of the commercial availability of natural gas engine systems for heavy-duty diesel trucks. They will focus their combined resources on conversion of diesel engines already on the […]

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NeuroQuest featured in Israel 21C

February 10, 2013

Blood test for Alzheimer’s Posted By Abigail Klein Leichman On February 4, 2013 @ 10:25 am In Biotech | 1 Comment “Today one of the main weaknesses in the Alzheimer’s area is that patients don’t find out until it’s too late,” says Ilya Budik, CEO of NeuroQuest, an Israeli company developing a novel blood test for early detection of the most common cause […]

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