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9279
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On February 26, 1979, the last total solar eclipse until 2017 will be seen in North America. North Carolinians will only get to view a partial eclipse in 1979, during which the sun will be between 55% and 60% covered by the moon. Viewing times range from 11 a.m. to 1:25 p.m. depending on in what part of the state you are.
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The State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 46 Issue 8, Jan 1979, p21-22, il, map
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24600
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Archie Davis helped found North Carolina’s Research Triangle Park in the 1960s. The park opened with the goals of providing jobs and working for education on and off campus. Throughout its existence, it has done both by working with the nearby universities and by drawing companies, like IBM, to the area.
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Our State (NoCar F 251 S77), Vol. 82 Issue 4, September 2014, p44-46, 48,50-51, il, por Periodical Website
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24133
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RTI International is housed in a research park between Raleigh and Durham and works to study DNA, environmental issues, and obesity. The author discusses the current president and CEO of Research Triangle Institute, Wayne Holden, and presents what the CEO has to offer the Institute.
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36255
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The life sciences sector provides job growth for areas such as research, development, and manufacturing. It also fuels funding ventures such as business loans from the Biotech Center. Collectively, this data measures the economic and occupational impact this sector makes on North Carolina.
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10388
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Stewart provides an update of progress in the Research Triangle Park during the past year. Laboratories have been constructed; Chemstrand was the first company to move in; roads have been built; and utilities have been installed. Stewart includes information on future occupants of the park.
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10384
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Chemstrand Research Center, Inc. is the first occupant of the Research Triangle Park and is primarily engaged in polymer research. Dr. D. W. Chaney is the executive director of the center.
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We the People of North Carolina (NoCar F 251 W4), Vol. 18 Issue 6, Nov 1960, p80-81, il, por
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36252
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Rocky Mount’s journey on the road to economic prosperity involved joining the old with the new. Involved with the journey were businesses such as the CSX Carolina Connector Intermodal Rail Terminal and Rocky Mount Mills, predicted to produce substantial job growth.
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27563
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Recognizing the need to protect the environment has been a big issue in 1989. Some argue that protecting the environment slows economic growth in the Triangle and hurts the working class who need the jobs and the benefits of growth. With this article as an introduction to the 1989 Citizen Awards, The Independent recognizes five individuals and one group who work in the Triangle to protect the environment and the economy in the following articles.
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Independent Weekly (NoCar Oversize AP 2 .I57 [volumes 13 - 23 on microfilm]), Vol. 7 Issue 37, November 16-22 1989, p6 Periodical Website
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29643
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Technology plays a major role in the way retailers make shopping better, and many of those innovations are made in North Carolina. Self-service kiosks, and other retail technological advances, have been formulated in the IBM's Retail Innovation Center, located in the Research Triangle Park.
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NC Magazine (NoCar F 251 W4), Vol. 65 Issue 12, Dec 2007, p40, por
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30762
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Karl Robbins, a retired textile executive, had his first introduction to North Carolina in the late 1920s as a stockholder in Burlington Mills. Following the development of other mills in the state, Robbins has decided to provide land for the Research Triangle to play a part in North Carolina's future growth.
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1232
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Jim Roberson is the president and CEO of Research Triangle Foundation and chief marketer for Research Triangle Park.
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North Carolina (NoCar F 251 W4), Vol. 51 Issue 10, Oct 1993, p8-11, por
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36273
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Economic and occupational growth in the Tarheel State, partly because of sectors such as banking and higher education, has fed what Hood called North Carolina Exceptionalism. What may be less obvious to those on both side of the political spectrum is the role that the Republican and Democrat parties have played in the growth of such sectors, whether for credit or blame.
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626
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The reputation of North Carolina - especially Research Triangle Park - as a hotbed of medical research continues to grow, as an infusion of grants propels breakthroughs in cancer treatment, AIDS, and other diseases.
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North Carolina (NoCar F 251 W4), Vol. 49 Issue 11, Nov 1991, p25-31, il
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14044
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The Research Triangle Park will celebrate its twenty-fifth anniversary on January 9, 1984. It is the largest planned research park in the world and is regularly compared to California's Silicon Valley. Currently the park has forty-five tenants that employ over 22,500 people with a payroll of $600 million.
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646
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Taylor stresses the importance of the Governor's mansion in North Carolina history and in the development of Research Triangle Park.
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