Science Market Update

UIC Bioresearcher Speaks Bacterial Language, Wins Grant

Posted by Sam Asher on Thu, Jul 25, 2013

Depending on who you ask, antibiotics are the best and worst defense against disease-bearing bacteria. On the one hand, they are very effective and easy to administer. Unfortunately, the more we use them, the more bacteria learn to thrive in a so-called “antibacterial” environment, culminating in a worst-case scenario where all bacteria are entirely resistant to antibiotics. Fighting against that future are bioresearchers from the University of Illinois, Chicago, who are pursuing more clever ways to prevent microbes from diseasing us.

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Tags: University of Illinois Chicago, Midwest, IL, Illinois, Chicago, BioResearch Product Faire Event, UI Chicago, University of Illinois, 2013, 2014, UIChgo

University of Illinois at Chicago Autism Clinical Trials

Posted by Jennifer Nieuwkerk on Tue, Jan 22, 2013

The University of Illinois at Chicago was recently awarded  $9.6 million in the form of a five-year grant from the National Institutes of Health to establish an Autism Center of Excellence. The center will be one of five funded centers in the United States, and it is the only one in the Midwest. Nationally, the NIH awards $100 million for the Autism Centers of Excellence research program.

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Tags: University of Illinois Chicago, Midwest, IL, Research Funding, Illinois, Chicago, University of Illinois at Chicago, Autism, Arbaclofen, BioResearch Product Faire Event, UI Chicago, experimental drug, laboratory supplier, University of Illinois, 2013, 2014, UIChgo

Biochemists Develop Light-Sensitive Molecule at UI Chicago

Posted by Sam Asher on Thu, Dec 06, 2012

At the University of Illinois at Chicago, biochemists have developed an intuitive solution to the age-old problem of macular degeneration, the leading cause of loss of vision for people over the age of fifty. Their new product is a light-sensitive molecule that can restore vision lost from degenerative eye diseases.

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Tags: Midwest, University of Illinois Chicago, 2012, Illinois, BioResearch Product Faire Event, Chicago, IL, UIC

University of Illinois, Chicago discovery will help stroke survivors

Posted by Katheryn Rein on Mon, Oct 08, 2012

A University of Illinois, Chicago discovery may hold the solution to successfully treating recovering stroke victims. After surviving a stroke, these outpatients can go through years of physical therapy in an attempt to regain one of the most important senses we as people have: our sense of balance. Without it, walking and moving become constant challenges, and the fear of falling becomes an everyday struggle. However, Alexander Aruin, a physical therapy professor at UI Chicago, has made a discovery that could change the lives of these stroke survivors for the better.

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Tags: University of Illinois Chicago, NIH, IL, Illinois, Chicago, 2012, BioResearch Product Faire Event, UIC

New Research Building and Genetic Research at University of Illinois

Posted by Sam Asher on Fri, Sep 21, 2012

Construction of an exciting new research facility was recently announced for the University of Illinois at Chicago. According to a UIC news article, Illinois Governor Quinn declared the commencement of the Advanced Chemical Technology Building (ACTB), which will house researchers from chemistry, biology, and physics. The driving idea behind the building is to foster connections between the three broad fields to focus on specific fields like immunology, orthopedics, tumor growth, and nanoscience. 

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Tags: New research facilities, University of Illinois Chicago, Midwest, IL, new construction, Illinois, BRPF, Chicago, 2012, BioResearch Product Faire Event, UIC

Selling lab products with science, smiles and great graphics

Posted by BCI Staff on Thu, Apr 19, 2012

Are you looking for a little more attention for your lab products?  Strong visual aids and great graphics can dramatically impact the outcome while exhibiting at an event.  The image below is from one of our Biotechnology Vendor Showcase™ events, presents a great example of how using strong visuals can draw researchers to an exhibit space.  Notice the eyes on the poster are positioned at approximate eye level to the viewer.  In addition to this, the company builds on the trust theme with the over-head title.  Knowing your audience always helps.  Take a moment to think about  who might stop to look twice at a young child's face... What would make your target audience stop in their tracks?

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Tags: Life Science Leads, University of Illinois Chicago, Life Science Research Market, marketing, University of California Los Angeles, life science researcher event, laboratory sales, Life science branding, Life science brand, marketing in science fields, life science products

UIC Researchers Find Laboratory Supplies at Life Science Vendor Fair

Posted by Lindsay Gruver on Fri, Apr 15, 2011

The University of Illinois, Chicagois one of the top schools in the nation and home to the largest medical school in the United States.  During the 2010 fiscal year, UIC reached over $300 Million in research expenditures.
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Tags: University of Illinois Chicago, industry news, Illinois, Chicago, Midwest Region

UIC Research Accomplishments and Funding Future

Posted by BCI Staff on Tue, Mar 15, 2011

Vice Chancellor for Research Joe G.N. Garcia had overall good news to announce in his Feb. 16, 2011 report on the state of research and funding at the University of Illinois, Chicago.  The most promising statistic is that UIC has turned a corner with regard to sponsored research funding: for the first time in five years, funding increased, from $347M to $412M for the fiscal year ending in 2010.  (The previous year had actually shown a decline.)

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Tags: University of Illinois Chicago, Research Funding, Illinois, Chicago, Midwest Region

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