Cancer researchers at UCLA recently received a $7.6 million grant from the California Institute of Regenerative Medicine.Read More
Life Science Company and Industry News Briefs
Laboratory product and equipment providers are invited to increase scientific sales in Southern California, by participating in a series of marketing events this fall. The early registration discount pricing is ending today, Wednesday, July 20, 2016 for three of our upcoming Southern California events which comprised over $2 billion spent on research and development last year:
UC Irvine BioResearch Product Faire™ Event – 10/18/16
- In 2014, the university received $340M in external research funding.
University of Southern California BioResearch Product Faire™ Event – 10/19/16
- In 2014, the university received $687M in research funding.
UC Los Angeles Biotechnology Vendor Showcase™ – 10/20/16
- This university is nearly a $1 billion research marketplace.
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The University of Southern California is expanding yet again thanks in part to a $10 million gift to the Keck School of Medicine for the new Michelson Center for Convergent Bioscience. The 190,000 square foot building will be the largest building on campus and focus mainly on biomedical research.Read More
Did you know that the University of California, Los Angeles has received an average of $1 billion towards research projects every year since 2009? With 290 medical research centers and institutions on campus, UCLA is a prime location to market lab products and services.Read More
Technology is a field that is always changing, with researchers constantly looking for new ways to solve problems through innovative projects. Mark Humayun, M.D., Ph.D., a professor from the University of Southern California Keck School of Medicine and the USC Viterbi School of Engineering developed a product that can help people with retinitis pigmentosa, type of blindness, see, and is set to be honored with the National Medal of Technology and Innovation, presented by President Barack Obama early this year.Read More
A researcher at University of California, Riverside is studying insects to improve the behavior of scent-seeking drones.Read More
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As a leading medical research institution, University of Southern California is home to hundreds of prominent scientists making advances in the field of neurology every day. To this end, USC Health Sciences Campus has received a $50M endowment from philanthropists and Silicon Valley venture capitalists Mark and Mary Stevens.Read More
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Pancreatic cancer is a devastating disease with a five-year survival rate of only 5 percent, and which often goes undiagnosed until treatment options have become extremely limited.Read More
Much like planning a road trip, reprogramming human stem cells relies on developing a list of sequential actions, or a “roadmap” of sorts, after which it is little more complicated than following the prescribed directions. Without an accurate roadmap for the human stem cells, however, researchers at University of California, Los Angeles had to develop their own.Read More
Southern California bioresearchers are getting more than just a dose of sunshine thanks to a boost in funding from the National Institute of Health. University of California, Los Angeles bioresearch is receiving $7.1 funding from the NIH for research in genetics. Researchers at UCLA, have been awarded $7.1 million as part of $28 million in NIH grants intended for the study of gene regulation. These awards emanate from the recently launched Genomics of Gene Regulation (GGR) program of the National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI), one of the 27 institutes and centers at the National Institutes of Health.Read More