Columbia University is a world front runner in medicine, science, and technology. Columbia University’s Precision Medicine initiative connects its intellectual resources of its faculty to diagnose, prevent, and treat individuals based on variations in genes, environment, and lifestyle. This type of processes will deliver custom-made medical care. Columbia is part of the NIH award of $55M helping to build a million-person precision medicine study. The Columbia University Medical Center will engage patients and ensure that participants represent diversity within our country.Read More
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The Midwest market exceeded $5 Billion in life science research last year. Lab supply companies are invited to educate researchers at top-funded Midwest universities about their products at a series of 11 shows in 2019.Read More
The staff at UC Davis believes in bringing experts together from all disciplines to respond to complex challenges. Ranked in the top 5 percent for total research expenditures, UC Davis is able to investigate solutions to complex challenges such as climate change, advancing health, and feeding a growing world. In 2018, the School of Medicine alone received more than $178 million from the NIH, supporting projects including Explorer, the world’s first total-body 3D scanner.
The university continues its leadership status with ten departments ranked in the top 20 for NIH funding expenditures, including three in the top 10.
- Public Health, 7th
- Emergency Medicine, 7th
- Dermatology, 10th
- Surgery, 11th
- Anatomy/Cell Biology, 12th
- Microbiology/immunology, 15th
- Psychiatry, 15th
- Biochemistry, 16th
- Neurology, 16th
- Pharmacology, 18th
UC Davis is also currently ranked #1 among veterinary schools in the United States by the US News & World report, and the UC Davis campus is home to the largest veterinary school in the country, the UC Davis School of Veterinary Medicine.
Join us at the upcoming UC Davis lab sales event:
UC Davis Medical Center BioResearch Product Faire™ July 9th, 2019
- NIH funding: $238.9 Million (2018)
- Total R & D: $738.3 Million
- Life sciences expenditures: $540.8 Million
If you are a laboratory equipment supplier, this is an excellent opportunity to meet face-to-face with life science researchers at this well funded research market.
Lab suppliers who purchase exhibit space between now and April 9, 2019 can save $250 with the early pricing discount. To reach prospects at one of the top-funded universities in the country, call us today and save on your exhibit space while the early discount pricing is still available.
"I was very pleased with the turnout at the UC Davis Med Center show. Today’s show had a steady flow of people that turned into quality leads."
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You are invited to attend the upcoming 19th annual University of Minnesota BioResearch Product Faire™ Science Product Trade Show. This complimentary event is open to active research scientists and related life science professionals.Read More
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The University of South Florida research program has grown in recent years spending over $300M in life science research.Read More
Sell More Lab Products in 2019 with Special Pre-Release Pricing
Biotechnology Calendar, Inc. is extending our 2019 Pre-Release special pricing to our current customers in an effort to help them increase their product sales for 2019. This promotion is available exclusively to customers who have purchased laboratory science marketing packages from us in 2018 and is the lowest pricing of the year.