Are you looking to increase lab sales for your research products?
Mt. Sinai is expecting more than $350 million NIH funding over the next five years, with the opening of The Leon and Norma Hess Center for Science and Medicine. Over 180,000 sf of this new facility is dedicated to life science research programs and the researchers are looking for the best products and equipment to outfit their labs. 3/27/13 Mount Sinai, School of Medicine
As science suppliers, you probably already know that Rockefeller is a limited access facility with 70 world renowned laboratories, 190 research and clinical scientists, 360 postdoctoral investigators, and 150 Ph.D. students. By attending the upcoming BioResearch Product Faire™ event, you can make your company accessible to on-site researchers. Rockefeller researchers are very interested in GREEN research products. If your company has green products, this is an excellent opportunity to demonstrate them.
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Going into labs gives lab reps face-to-face time with researchers, but interrupts the researchers concentration and can lead to costly procedural errors - which is one reason why researchers prefer to go to on campus shows rather than have unexpected visitors in the lab.
For lab suppliers, it is becoming more difficult gain access to researchers in their labs since there are increasing restrictions on building access on research campuses.
Also, at our Boston Event held at the Longwood Medical Campus, you can demonstrate your products and meet with researchers from Harvard Medical, Dana-Farber, Joslin Diabetes, Children's Hospital, MGH and the Wyss Institute. 2/21/13 Longwood Medical Campus
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Since space is limited, at all of these events. We encourage lab suppliers to register today.