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Record #:
11085
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Burroughs-Wellcome, a manufacturer of fine pharmaceuticals, was founded in New York state in 1906. However, the company outgrew its location, and in 1969, decided to relocate to North Carolina. The corporate headquarters and research laboratories will be built in the Research Triangle Park near Raleigh and the manufacturing facility in Greenville.
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We the People of North Carolina (NoCar F 251 W4), Vol. 29 Issue 11, Nov 1971, p152-154, 243, il, por
Record #:
36261
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East Carolina University’s Pharmaceutical Service Center, also called PSC@ECU, promised a positive economic and occupational impact on the local community and state. Among the project’s goals to ensure this positive impact: educating students and workers for the highly regulated pharmaceutical development and manufacturing environments; enabling workers to be immediately productive in complex jobs requiring multi-disciplinary skills.
Record #:
39763
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Pitt County’s future progress largely rests upon contributions from its county seat. Business ventures that may yield economic growth and development include the 10th Street Connector, East Carolina University’s four research campus sites, a burgeoning biomanufacturing industry, and the merger of Vidant and ECU Physicians into VECU.