D R Burton Healthcare Products LLC, makers of surgical and respiratory products, purchased their global headquarters facility in Farmville, North Carolina in October, 2015. Completion of the corporate offices and state-of-the-art manufacturing operations are expected by July, 2016. ...

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GREENVILLE, NC (March 2, 2015) - East Carolina University (ECU) and Pitt Community College (PCC) will partner to create the East Coast’s finest training center for biomanufacturing and pharmaceuticals with funds provided by the Golden LEAF Foundation. Additional support from the North Carolina Community College System’s NCWorks Customized Training and BioNetwork will enhance the planned facilities and programs....

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September 2, 2013
The Daily Reflector Janus Development Group Inc., based in Greenville, announced the most substantial product improvements to its SpeechEasy anti-stuttering device. The improvements include both hardware and software enhancements, which will result in more client options and offer a significant reduction in background noise. The advanced device is known as the SpeechEasy V Series and is available at all SpeechE...

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August 6, 2012
The Daily Reflector MxBiodevices, a Greenville biotech company, has received a $30,000 company inception loan from the North Carolina Biotechnology Center to aid in completing its business plan. MxBiodevices is on the fast track to the European marketplace and eventual commercialization in the United States with a revolutionary new treatment for diabetic foot ulcers (DFU). By 2025, there is expected to be 330 million...

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By K.J. Williams
The Daily Reflector January 20, 2012 - The Greenville-based division of Pioneer Surgical Technology Inc. announced a facility expansion Thursday so it can ramp up its manufacturing capabilities to produce more of three types of bone void filler used in surgical procedures. The biologic products division is meeting a growing market demand for these types of products, Shane Ray, general manager of Biologics for P...

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By Kim Grizzard
The Daily Reflector March 28, 2011 - In 2003, Queen of Talk Oprah Winfrey gave a royal public relations boost to a speech aid developed by East Carolina University researchers. Nearly a decade later, the film “The King's Speech” has again helped create a platform for the device. As the box office figures for the movie have increased, so has public interest in Janus Development Group, a Greenville-based corporation est...

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