If your company sells lab research products, and you have not yet met the top funded research community at U PENN, then consider participating in the May 11, 2017 UPENN BioResearch Product FaireTM Event. This event provides your company with the opportunity to meet over 350 well funded researchers who are actively seeking new and more efficient equipment, supplies and lab services. With over $500 Million in NIH funding alone and hundred of researchers attending the event, it does not take long to reach- maybe exceed your lab product sales goals.Read More
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Philadelphia area life science researchers, are you interested in learning about new lab tools and technologies that area available? Would you like to meet with more than 20 different companies in one place to discover how these new products will benefit your lab work?
Visit the 16th Annual BioResearch Product Faire™ Event at the University of Pennsylvania on May 7, 2015 from 10:00 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. to see what's new in the world of research supplies.Read More
University of Pennsylvania scientists receive the 2nd highest NIH funding in the nation, and are constantly in need of new biotechnologies and lab supplies. Laboratory vendors looking for an excellent way to connect with industry professionals will be attending the 6th Annual BioResearch Product Faire™ Event at University of Pennsylvania, along with over 400 UPenn scientists and educators.
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Biotechnology Calendar, Inc. is providing an opportunity for laboratory supply companies to market to the well-funded marketplace located within the University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia.
Lab suppliers working to sell lab equipment in Philadelphia may want to learn more about life science marketing at Biotechnology Calendar, Inc.’s University of Pennsylvania life science events. The University of Pennsylvania is a well-funded research institution, and the events we organize on campus every year attract hundreds of researchers, lab managers and purchasing agents. Our life science events are the perfect opportunity for lab suppliers to get the word out on their newest products and services.
“During the past cycle, following consultation with our internal and external advisory boards, organizational governance structure and the leadership of NCRR, we have focused our efforts on two overarching themes - Translational Therapeutics and Bridging the Pediatric to Adult Divide, taking advantage of resources particular to our institutions,” says the project information abstract on the University of Pennsylvania’s latest $9.1 million Institutional Clinical and Translational Science Award. “We have fostered interdisciplinary and translational research by a series of "top down" and "bottom up" funding initiatives.”
The University of Pennsylvania received a $7.2 million NIH grant for its Abramson Cancer Center this year. The project abstract was submitted by Dr. Chi Dang, the director of the center. On the University of Pennsylvania website, Dr. Chi Dang says that the future of cancer care at the Abramson Cancer Center rests with the creation of Translational Centers of Excellence that focus on closely connected disease-specific care teams. The NIH RePORTER goes into more detail on the history of the Abramson Cancer Center:
On May 16th, University of Pennsylvania is having a great BioResearch Product Faire™ Event. This year’s show is expected to attract over 400 active researchers searching for the newest and best lab products and services.
Life Science Lab Suppliers are invited to participate as Exhibitors at our upcoming Pennsylvania Bio Research Product Faire Events.
Founded in 1749 by Benjamin Franklin, and originally called the "Publick Academy of Philadelphia", the modern-day University of Pennsylvania has grown substantially, both academically and physically. The university now consists of three separate campuses: the West Philadelphia campus which sits on 302 acres and holds 216 buildings, the New Bolton Center built on 600 acres and housing 103 buildings, and the Morris Arboretum standing on 92 acres with 33 buildings.