Life scientists at different institutions around the country work on similar projects, trying to find answers to pressing science questions. Often times, researchers collaborate with colleagues from different institutions to help further their work, by getting support from others in their field. In early 2015, the University of Georgia, Athens and Emory University in Atlanta received $45 million in funding for collaborative life science research projects. Now, these 2 leading research institutions are continuing to work together through sharing their core facilities.Read More
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The state of Georgia is a leading research marketplace in the Southern United States. Life scientists working at prominent institutions throughout the state are continuously making important contributions to their fields. These leading institutions receive millions of dollars annually in life science funding to help support scientists produce world-class research and publish influential papers. Two of these world-renowned research institutions in Georgia include the University of Georgia in Athens and Emory University in Atlanta.Read More
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Are you a life science researcher at the University of Alabama, Birmingham interested in any of the following?Read More
The University of Alabama Birmingham's 16th annual BioResearch Product Faire™ Event is almost here, and year after year, researchers flock to the event to discover new and upcoming technologies to aid in laboratory research. Just last year, over 300 researchers came to discover the new tools and technologies, 27% of whom were decision-makers with the ability to arrange follow-up meetings on the spot. After last year's event, vendors reported potential sales accumulating to nearly $1.5 million. With each company finding an average of 20 quality leads in just the 4.5 hours the event lasts, return on investment averages between $50,000 and $200,000 per vendor.Read More
Lab managers, PI's, researchers, grad students, post-docs, purchasing agents, professors, and other lab staff at Duke University are invited to the upcoming 16th Annual BioResearch Product Faire™ Event on May 13, 2015.Read More
Are you a life science researcher in Athens, GA interested in learning about new lab supplies that are available to help with your lab work? Would you like to learn about new lab supply companies to see what they have to offer? Would you like to network with more than 150 fellow researchers to learn about their work and make new connections?Read More
Charles Darwin had a theory. A theory that people and animals could evolve by growing, changing and adapting to their conditions. Evolution, now widely known and accepted throughout the world of science, still has many unknown factors, and how certain things evolve is still being studied. How proteins evolve from having one function to multiple functions, and how RNA molecules evolve from being unimportant to having vital roles in cell regulation are a few of the things that scientists are still researching. (Image courtesy of Wikimedia Commons)Read More
Duke University, in the picturesque town of Durham, North Carolina, is a well-funded research institution that produces high amounts of life science research and publishes numerous influential articles each year. With millions of dollars of annual funding awarded to the institution to support ongoing research and help fund new projects, the Duke University research marketplace is continuously growing and expanding.Read More