Missouri has a rich market of potential buyers of lab supplies and biotechnology products, according to recent NSF and NIH research funding statistics for Washington University in St. Louis. In 2012, the NSF awarded the university $14.4 million in research funding. The NSF-funded projects are located within a number of programs in the life sciences, including evolutionary processes clusters, molecular biophysics, cellular dynamics and function, neural systems clusters, behavioral systems clusters, macrosystem biology and bioinformatics. We have spotlighted the top five-funded projects below:
Some interesting NSF-Funded Research Projects:
- Evolutionary Processes Cluster: Conflict and constraint in multicellular life cycles -- $740,000
- Molecular Biophysics: Molecular Basis for Pre-Receptor Modulation of Plant Hormones by Acyl Acid Amido Synthetases -- $250,287
- Molecular Biophysics: Phase Behavior of Intrinsically Disordered Proteins -- $208,548
- Cellular Dynamics and Function: Role of the Plant Kinesin FRA1 in Constructing the Cell Wall -- $199,958
- Molecular Biophysics: Dynamic Regulation of the Form and Function of Photosystem II, a Membrane Protein Complex -- $187,900
In addition to receiving NSF funding, Washington University was also awarded $36.6 million in research funding by the NIH in 2013. Of the different bio departments at Washington University in St. Louis, the money was distributed as follows:
- Anatomy/ Cell Biology – 2 awards, $601,920
- Biology – 1 award, $288,800
- Biomedical Engineering – 1 award, $47,232
- Biostatistics – 1 award, $303,416
Washington University in St. Louis
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Don’t miss out on getting to know the St. Louis market! If you are a biotechnology vendor or lab supplier interested in getting the word out on your products within the science researcher market at Washington University in St. Louis, Biotechnology Calendar, Inc. invites you to attend our annual St. Louis Product Faire Event held on May 23, 2013. Last year, the St. Louis BioResearch Product Faire Event was visited by 300 attendees. Of those attending, 114 were purchasing agents, professors, and post docs, and 42 were lab managers. The attendees came from 32 different research buildings and 44 departments campus-wide.
Biotechnology Calendar, Inc. is a full-service science research marketing and event-planning company that organizes events and trade shows at top quality research universities across the country. Exhibitors value our trade shows highly because we provide an event where they can simply and economically network with lab suppliers and meet researchers. The richly funded universities at which we hold our events point to an incredible market of buyers of lab supplies and biotechnology products. Biotechnology Calendar, Inc.’s specialized services and intimate environment make it easy to showcase your company’s latest supplies and technologies. Exhibitors are able to have product- and research-oriented conversations with hundreds of science researchers, all in the space of a few short hours.
Science researchers love our events because they are able to discuss their latest research projects and learn about new products and services while enjoying a free, catered lunch. The convenience of our trade shows being only a short walk away from the classroom or lab makes attending our shows all the more attractive. When Biotechnology Calendar, Inc. runs a trade show, attendees value the time and experience spent with the vendors at our events.
For more information on our St. Louis Bioresearch Product Faire Event, or to view more funding statistics for Washington University, click on the button below. If you’d like to look into attending a trade show closer to home, we encourage you to check out our 2013 calendar of events.