Researchers at the University of Illinois, Chicago spent over $350M last year. The university is recognized as one of the nation s top federally funded research institutions. There are seven health science colleges on campus where these researchers work tirelessly toward contributing to the advances in diagnosis and treatment of disease.Read More
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The University of Chicago is a nationally recognized leader in innovation and research with over 140 institutes and centers, and is ranked among the top 50 universities in the nation for life science expenditures. The life science research market opportunity was estimated at over $390M in 2016 and is growing rapidly.Read More
Would your laboratory supply company like to meet with well funded researchers at the University of Chicago? Do you have products that can help these researchers make gains in their research programs?Read More
The University of Chicago conducts research backed by over $400 million in annual funding, and $200 million in annual R&D expenditures.
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Lab managers, PI's, researchers, professors, purchasing agents, grad students, post-docs, and everyone else involved in a lab in Illinois are invited to the upcoming BioResearch Product Faire™ Events at the University of Chicago, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, and the University of Illinois, Chicago in October.
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In today's world, it can be hard for companies to stand out and promote their brand. For laboratory suppliers, breaking into a new academic marketplace can be a challenge due to campus security and labs being unwelcome to solicitors. Attending an on-campus trade show event provides lab suppliers with the opportunity to display supplies on-campus, to interested and well-funded researchers from campus research laboratories.Read More
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Are you a biotech or lab supply vendor interested in increasing sales in the Chicago area life science marketplace? If so, you have a great opportunity at Biotechnology Calendar, Inc.’s 1st Annual Chicago BioResearch Product Faire™ Event.Read More
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Saving money is at the forefront of everyone’s minds these days. Biotech and lab supply vendors can save time and money by Biotechnology Calendar, Inc. events. By registering for the following events 3 months in advance, you will save money and ensure that you are included in our all of marketing efforts for each event you purchase.
These BioResearch Product Faire™ Events are still in early registration pricing for a limited time:
Expiring (tomorrow) 6/3/2015:
University of Oregon, Eugene Event – 9/1/2015
Oregon State University, Corvallis Event – 9/2/2015
Oregon Health and Science University Event – 9/3/2015
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A team of researchers from the University of Chicago School of Medicine recently found that an ancient herbal therapy commonly used in Asia is effective in preventing certain heart diseases. (Image courtesy of Wikimedia Commons)Read More
Each year the NIH's Heart, Lung and Blood Institute awards researchers around the country with grants to support research of new treatments and drug targets for different health disorders. These grants, known as CADET II grants (Centers for Advanced Diagnostics and Experimental Therapeutics in Lung Diseases Stage II) are awarded to support research that has moved past the initial stage of developing a new drug, but is not yet ready to begin clinical trial testing.Read More