"The Biotechnology Calendar, Inc. show at UCSD was great, better turnout than expected. I was very impressed with the number of genuinely interested researchers and students that came by." – J.K., Exhibitor from Last UCSD EventRead More
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Last year, over 225 researchers came to our event at UC Riverside to source new solutions to their lab challenges. If you think that these researchers could help you grow your business, consider participating in our upcoming lab-product marketing event on February 2, 2017.Read More
Researchers at UCSD’s Scripps Research Institute recently received close to $1 million from the Gordon and Betty Moore Foundation to study the ecology, behaviors, and interactions of microscopic marine life. Awards such as these are plentiful at the University of California, San Diego, which spent over $1 billion last year on research.Read More
Researchers at the University of California, San Diego recently received a five-year, $9.5 million award from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases to study antibiotic resistance. The award will in-part be used for creating an interdisciplinary center for the researchers to meet to address the problem.Read More
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A recent study performed by a group of scientists led by Suckjoon Jun of the University of California at San Diego, and including Petra Levin, associate professor of biology at Washington University in St. Louis, found that rather than doubling in size every generation, each bacteria cell added the same volume (or mass; the term reflects the measurement technique). Crucially a cell that was small added the same volume as a cell that was large.Read More
Are you involved in life science research at University of California, San Diego? Are you interested in networking with hundreds of industry professionals while gaining access to cutting-edge biotechnology and laboratory supplies?
If you answered yes to either of these questions, you can attend the 39th Semiannual Biotechnology Vendor Showcase™ Event at UC San Diego. This event will be held on February 12, 2015 and is open to researchers.
Top 5 reasons to attend the Biotechnology Vendor Showcase™ Event at UCSD:Read More
Everyone who has ever sliced their finger instead of a vegetable or received a nasty paper cut knows that a skin infection can tend to make things a whole lot worse. Until recently, the absence of an infection was thought to rely solely on the activity of white blood cells (and the availability of anti-bacterial ointment). However, the skin could be getting a little healing help from fat cells, according to scientists at the University of California, San Diego School of Medicine. Researchers at UCSD, led by Richard Gallo, M.D., Ph.D., professor and chief of dermatology, say that fat cells below the skin help protect us from bacteria by producing antimicrobial peptides that help fend off invading bacteria and other pathogens.Read More