North Carolina’s new $20.7 billion budget for the year that began July 1 includes a total $15.6 million for the state’s principal biotech industry organization — including money to help create three new centers, each to house academic-industry collaborations in emerging technologies — as well as another $18.3 million on economic development programs for which biotech businesses are eligible.
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