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Life Science Research Professional in the Greater Baltimore Area are invited to attend the upcoming Johns Hopkins University BioResearch Product Faire™ Science Product Trade Show.
- Enjoy a complimentary breakfast and lunch buffet
- Establish new professional contacts for your future
- Network with fellow researchers across campus
- Schedule equipment demos
- Meet with numerous lab suppliers in one place
- Learn about new lab supplies and technologies
- Discover new companies; see what new products they have
- Compare products, prices, and brands
- Ask questions
Register to see life science products at:
Johns Hopkins BioResearch Product Faire™ Event – 3/15/19
Do you sell lab supplies?
If your company is interested in exhibiting, please click the link below:Read More
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