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Clean Transportation panel planned for 2013 SC Clean Energy Summit - July 11

Health Sciences South Carolina lands an $11.25M grant from The Duke Endowment

BIO bound: Delegation will tout S.C.’s benefits for biotech companies at industry’s premier event

S.C. Centers of Economic Excellence Program Gets New Identity: “SmartState”

Tom Kurfess and Richard Swaja: Endowed Chairs ready to help build economy, create jobs

CoEE Program doubles state's investment of lottery dollars, creates more than 4,700 jobs

Joseph Helpern as MUSC Endowed Chair to make SC a best-in-the-nation leader in Brain Imaging Center of Economic Excellence

New CoEE Endowed Chair will develop technology to prevent chronic disease among South Carolinians

Hollings Cancer Center Recruits Renowned Lung Cancer Expert to Lead Center of Economic Excellence in Tobacco Related Malignancy

Newest CoEE Endowed Chair to study link between birth defects, environment

Business Energy Roundtable - July 13

SC Recruits Top Expert in Geriatrics as CoEE Endowed Chair

Rising star in cancer research recruited through CoEE Program

CoEE Program brings leading stroke expert to South Carolina

South Carolina recruits Endowed Chair in Medication Safety through CoEE Program

South Carolina recruits one of the world's leading tourism experts through state's Centers of Economic Excellence Program

CoEE Program creates 3,200 jobs, boosts economy

Conference to Showcase South Carolina's Centers of Economic Excellence Program

South Carolina Centers of Economic Excellence (CoEE) Showcase - October 30 - Columbia, SC

Conference to Showcase South Carolina's Centers of Economic Excellence Program; Public Invited

$5 million Smith and Nephew investment to fund new CoEE

New Centers of Economic Excellence Approved

Health informatics expert joins South Carolina Centers of Economic Excellence Program

Bioengineering symposium highlights South Carolina hub for research to regenerate hearts, kidneys and other organs

CALL FOR VOLUNTEERS: National Hydrogen Association Conference in Columbia

External evaluation finds South Carolina’s Centers of Economic Excellence a "best-in-kind" program; 2,000 jobs created

CoEE Program Update December 2008

Reducing medication errors in South Carolina goal of new Center of Economic Excellence