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Randy Cutts, SCRA director of facilities; Rep. Jason Elliott, SCRA Board of Trustees; Greenville Mayor Knox H. White; and Bob Quinn, SCRA president and CEO, celebrate the new Greenville office. (Photo/SCRA)
Jul 16, 2024

South Carolina Research Authority opens new downtown office in Greenville

With an objective of cultivating companies that bring high-paying jobs to the state, the SCRA has opened …

Technology developed by Oncoblaze is designed to deliver therapy precisely to cancer cells that remain after surgery. (Photo/DepositPhotos)
May 7, 2024

SCRA accepts new members and awards grants to companies around South Carolina

The South Carolina Research Authority welcomes new members and puts funding behind some of the life science efforts of others …

Greenville-based Zylö Therapeutics has created a spinoff company to market its trademarked Z-pod topical delivery platform in the pharmaceutical industry. (Photo/DepositPhotos)
Apr 17, 2024

Greenville-based Zylo Therapeutics creates spinoff company

The company will focus on marketing its trademarked technology to the pharmaceutical industry.

Awards recipients were (left to right) Joe Carson, professor of astrophysics at the College of Charleston, with the Applied Researcher of the Year award; Benjamin Moore, founder of Bubble Paper, with the Company of the Year award; and Scott Pancoast, founder of Zylö Therapeutics, with the Founder of the Year award. (Photo/SCRA)
Apr 12, 2024

SCRA innovation award recipients include 2 in Greenville County

The South Carolina Research Authority recognized two leaders and a company for their role in …

Katalyst Corp. provides software-as-a-service that is designed to help at-risk populations. (Photo/DepositPhotos)
Apr 2, 2024

Greenville tech startup is newest SCRA member — how it helps at-risk populations

A Greenville company that provides SaaS services is the newest member of SCRA, which also provided grants to five …

SCbio has partnered with MassBio to create its new accelerator program aimed to provide resources for emerging life sciences’ startups. (Photo/SCbio)
Feb 19, 2024

SCbio launches new program for South Carolina’s growing life sciences industry

The new accelerator program aims to provide resources for emerging life sciences’ startups.

Kiyatec, a Greenville-based biotechnology company specializing in 3D cell culture technology, is has promoted Eric Perreault to CEO. (Photo/Provided)
Jan 5, 2024

Greenville-based biotech company names new CEO

The new leader will continue to lead Kiyatec in its mission to revolutionize cancer care by harnessing the power of functional precision medicine.

May 31, 2023

This life sciences company has an $87M impact on the Upstate

An orthopedic technology company in Anderson County currently has an economic impact on the Upstate estimated at $87.4 million annually.

May 31, 2023

Greenville company innovates next-gen drug delivery technology

Imagine: a game-changing next-generation version of drug delivery.