Connecting biotechnology to product development in the health, food and energy sectors, UNCW’s CREST Research Park is one of the most advanced biotechnology research centers on the Atlantic coast of the USA.
Operated by the University of North Carolina Wilmington, the park offers flexible research space for established firms, entrepreneurial start-ups, government agencies and universities focusing on biotechnology, analytical and environmental sciences, and early stage pharmaceutical research and development.

Situated directly on the Intracoastal Waterway in Wilmington, North Carolina, the CREST Research Park’s location offers access to the Cape Fear Region’s health care, food, energy, health studies and technology sectors. The CREST Research Park is an ideal environment for start-up and established companies involved in all aspects of biotechnological research.



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Connecting biotechnology to product development in the health, food and energy sectors, UNCW’s CREST Research Park is one of the most advanced biotechnology research centers on the Atlantic coast of the USA.
Operated by the University of North Carolina Wilmington, the park offers flexible research space for established firms, entrepreneurial start-ups, government agencies and universities focusing on biotechnology, analytical and environmental sciences, and early stage pharmaceutical research and development.

Situated directly on the Intracoastal Waterway in Wilmington, North Carolina, the CREST Research Park’s location offers access to the Cape Fear Region’s health care, food, energy, health studies and technology sectors. The CREST Research Park is an ideal environment for start-up and established companies involved in all aspects of biotechnological research.



Visit CREST’s website and Like them on Facebook

‎”Students from the University of North Carolina Wilmington will be volunteering over the weekend, to promote the use of renewable energy brought in their home state. The students plan to launch a new campaign from the ship calling on UNCW to move to 100% renewable energy.”
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‎”Students from the University of North Carolina Wilmington will be volunteering over the weekend, to promote the use of renewable energy brought in their home state. The students plan to launch a new campaign from the ship calling on UNCW to move to 100% renewable energy.”

Read the full story here.