BioArmor, LLC is a start-up company headquartered in office space on the third floor of the David H. Murdock Core Laboratory. By locating at the NC Research Campus, BioArmor takes advantages of the proximity to a community of scientists and the scientific expertise of the David H. Murdock Research Institute to develop new applications for their antimicrobial formulations.
The company offers proprietary formulations of non-toxic, non-alcohol based, hand sanitizers, topical antiseptics and hard surface disinfectants that use nanotechnology to kill harmful microorganisms. BioArmor has a customer base that includes government and military agencies, private schools, pharmacies and a large retail chain.
Eremid® is a leading contract research organization (CRO), providing commercial services to organizations in the high-growth, R&D-focused pharmaceutical, biotechnology, food, nutrition and agricultural biotechnology industries. Eremid’s core services include cutting-edge genomics, metabolomics and a world-class Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) facility, delivering high-quality data that impacts the development of new pharmaceuticals, biotherapeutics, foods, supplements and plant varieties.
Ideal Health Biotechnology, LLC, joined the North Carolina Research Campus (NCRC) in Kannapolis to accelerate research and development of their dietary supplements made from naturally occurring, plant-based compounds. Ideal Health is leasing office space on the third floor of the David H. Murdock Core Laboratory Building that is part of an existing laboratory suite. They have recently expanded into the adjacent laboratory, giving them a total of 500 square feet with an option to lease additional space as the company grows.
The company has an antioxidant spray made from grape seed extract available in China. A second generation of the spray is in development. They are also working on an algae mist and eye vitamin. Their products are designed to help with digestion, eye disease and diabetes, particularly in the elderly.
Ideal Health Biotechnology researches and develops dietary supplements made from plant-based compounds, including products derived from grape seed extract and algae for digestion, eye disease and diabetes.
Ideal Health Biotechnology LLC
150 N Research Campus Drive, Suite 3512
Kannapolis, NC 28081
980 352 0768
KlearOptix launched in February 2017 in laboratory and office space in the David H. Murdock Core Laboratory Building. The company co-founders are Ramazan Benrashid, PhD, an expert in polymer chemistry, and Ali Dahi, who previously co-founded the California-based company Synergeyes that develops and manufactures hybrid contact lens for stigmatism, presbyopia and irregular cornea conditions.
Benrashid is an expert in polymer chemistry who brings years of experience in developing materials for opto-electronic, coating biocompatible polymers and contact lenses. He has worked for the largest companies in the contact lens industry and smaller startups tackling the challenges of “smart lens” technologies.KlearOptix develops advanced contact lens technology, including bandage lenses for healing, intraocular lenses for cataract surgery and new materials for soft, rigid and hybrid contact lenses.
The NCFIL is located on the first floor of the David H. Murdock Core Laboratory Building on the NCRC. The center is designed to drive innovation that benefits consumers, farmers, large food processors and manufacturers as well as food entrepreneurs and small businesses.
The center includes services such as:
NorthState is headquartered in Winston-Salem, NC and specializes in information technology services. The company has a 50,000-square-foot regional data center on the NC Research Campus (NCRC). NorthState is located along Loop Road on Charles Babbage Lane, just minutes from I-85.
The data center is rated to withstand hurricane-force winds and features state-of-the-art systems for power, security, HVAC and network connectivity. The data center incorporates the latest LEED standards developed by the US Green Building Council for energy efficient operation. The data center provides services such as hosted and cloud-based infrastructure solutions, around the clock network management and a variety of data backup and business continuity solutions. The company offers a full range of management and monitoring services, colocation and cloud solutions and backup and recovery options. The data center is SSAE 16 Type II audited and meets rigorous national standards for safeguarding client systems and data.
NorthState’s affordable information technology services for companies concerned about the security and continuity of their operations. From redundant network operations centers in Winston-Salem and Raleigh, skilled DataChambers technicians manage and monitor thousands of client devices around the clock, including networks, firewalls, servers, switches and routers. They provide seamless service whether the equipment is hosted in a data center or based on a remote client campus or desktop.
R&S Chemicals, a cancer research and development company, is working with specific molecules that demonstrate anti-cancer activity. The company also offers expertise in the synthesis of organic compounds.
Vice President Srisailas Muthialu, PhD, PMP, brings over 15 years of industry experience spanning custom synthesis, medicinal chemistry and drug discovery to his leadership of R&S. His business partner Ramesh Gupta, PhD, has over 35 years of industry experience with the development of medicinal compounds that are used in the treatment of illness like allergies and chronic diseases such as cancer and diabetes.
The parent company is Chem-Master International, a contract research and development company located in New York that specializes in organic and medicinal chemistry. Muthialu and Gupta also support Chem-Master as director of business development and vice president, respectively.
R&S is located in a 950 square foot ready-to-use laboratory suite in the David H. Murdock Core Laboratory Building.
Standard Process is a leader in whole food nutrient solutions. Based in Palmyra, Wisconsin, Standard Process offers more than 300 high-quality supplements made with whole food and other ingredients through three product lines, Standard Process®, Standard Process Veterinary Formulas™ and MediHerb® herbal supplements. The products are available exclusively through health care professionals, including chiropractors, acupuncturists, nurses, naturopaths, medical doctors and veterinarians.
The Standard Process Nutrition Innovation Center is located in the David H. Murdock Core Laboratory Building on the NC Research Campus. The first-of-its-kind Center is a focal point for innovation in nutritional therapy, developing new solutions for health care professionals and patients while advancing the science of whole food nutrition. Innovation and research includes whole-person clinical care, organic and regenerative soil and farming to improve nutrient density and protect the environment, and wholistic nutritional therapies to improve individual health and well-being.
Sensory Spectrum, a globally recognized management consulting firm, specializes in understanding the sensory-consumer experience for industry, academia and government. Our approach links advanced sensory methods to consumer research with the latest statistical analysis procedures to provide business and technical solutions for confident decision making.
Our broad scope of customized services includes sensory program design and review, Spectrum Descriptive Analysis panel training, project management, consumer research, short courses and workshops.
Bright Path Laboratories is a Tech Bio company reinventing the pharmaceutical industry by applying green chemistry, green engineering, and sustainability concepts to domestically manufacture pharmaceuticals faster, safer, and more sustainably than traditional methods. Bright Path’s continuous flow platform is enabled by Artificial Intelligence (AI) and uses our patented STT Reactor™ to develop and manufacture pharmaceuticals for the modern world; green, agile, scalable, and deployable.
Today’s geopolitical climate creates instability in the global supply chain and jeopardizes access to life-saving medicines. The use of continuous flow manufacturing to produce Key Starting Materials (KSM) and Active Pharmaceutical Ingredients (API) will drive down the time & cost of production. The Bright Path approach can reduce the risk of medicine shortages, improve the resiliency of the US pharmaceutical supply chain, and increase the affordability and safety of America’s essential medicines.
Bright Path is helping to restore America’s pharmaceutical supply chain with its manufacturing facility located in David H. Murdock Core Laboratory Building on the NCRC.
150 Research Campus Dr.
Kannapolis, NC 28081