Life Science Company and Industry News Briefs
Biotechnology Calendar, Inc. is proud to announce yet another opportunity for lab supply vendors to gain access to the Midwest life science research market by attending our upcoming event at Washington University, St. Louis.
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The fields of neuroscience and neurobiology are important and highly-researched disciplines, that deal with many subjects related to the study of the brain and nervous system. Much of the world's leading research is conducted at universities across the U.S., including in molecular psychology, neuronal function, neurology, neuronal development, and cellular and molecular neuroscience.Read More
Every year, over $30 billion in research funding is distributed by the National Institutes of Health to medical institutions, universities and learning centers around the globe.Read More
After the United States invested $14.5 billion in the Human Genome Project, the work has paid off with a $966 billion economic impact on the country and $59 billion in federal tax revenue. According to The News Journal, dozens of companies have used the information discovered in the project to develop new diagnostic tests and medicines based on gene variants connected to certain diseases. The Human Genome Project has triggered a “new era” in the life sciences, said Greg Lucier, CEO of Life Technologies Corp.
Lab Suppliers invited to exhibit at the upcoming St Louis BioResearch Product Faire™ Research Event with early registration pricing still available.