Your Future in Life Sciences

A career in life sciences offers excellent choices and opportunities for your future from farming to pharmaceuticals.

The tools of biotechnology help farmers to grow higher yields and scientists to make better drugs. You may prefer to work as a researcher in a lab, an executive in a fast-paced business environment, a greenhouse technician, or an engineer building a new manufacturing facility. The possibilities are endless.

Life Science Career Resources

For questions or more information, contact:
Laura Rowley, Ph.D.
Director, Life Science Economic Development

Life Science Economic Development

919-549-8864 | laura_rowley@ncbiotech.org