Are you looking to sell more lab products with less effort this year? Consider exhibiting at the upcoming Rochester University Bioresearch Product Fair event summer 2017, and increase your market share.
The University of Rochester is a worldwide leader in the academic research and has received recognition for its role in developing three vaccines now in use throughout the world. A $232M research enterprise, this growing market has over 1,100 clinical research projects currently underway and is always looking for new products and services to help them solve some of the world’s challenges.
This August, Biotechnology Calendar, Inc. will be hosting an on campus Vendor Fair to help these researchers find new tools for their research projects
University of Rochester BioResearch Product Faire™ - 8/10/17
The University of Rochester Medical Center hosts more than 1,470 research faculty members and more than 250 centers, institutes, and labs.
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Imaging at the speed of light Over the past few years, Chunlei Guo and his research team have used lasers to manipulate the properties of target materials. Now the team has developed a technique to visualize, for the first time, the complete evolution of micro- and nanoscale structural formation on a material’s surface. March 13, 2017
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