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UNCW lab networks online to find grant money
Wilmington Star-News (01/11/11)
UNCW Researchers looking to kill 'superbugs'
News 14 Carolina (01/05/11)
UNCW finishes one project, turns around, starts another
Marine technology advances abound
Greater Wilmington Business Journal (10/22/10)
New MARBIONC project was born on a Virginia racetrack
Deal is done, but race has just begun
Greater Wilmington Business Journal (10/15/10)
Marine biotech group inks deal to get products to market
Greater Wilmington Business Journal (09/14/10)
NIST Awards $55.5 Million in Grants for New University Research Facilities
National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) News Release (07/20/09)
Marine research at UNCW to share in $22.5 million award
Wilmington Star-News (05/13/09)
Florida Red Tide Brews Up Drug Lead for Cystic Fibrosis
Among the nasty compounds produced by the organism responsible for Florida's red tides is one with some surprising properties
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Initiative tests marketability of cultured sea bass
Lumina News (April 12-18, 2007)
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Event focuses on marine bio
Greater Wilmington Business (April 2007)
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UNCW program sounds like a riddle
What do you get when you cross a scientist and an entrepreneur?
Wilmington Star-News (06/03/05)
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Exploring a deep sea of knowledge
Research at the Center for Marine Science could lead to innovations that advance drug development and feed the world.
Innovation North Carolina (Fall 2004)
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UNCW seeks biotech gems from the sea
Triangle Business Journal (10/21/05)
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