Biotechnology Calendar, Inc. spotlights research and funding news every day on our Science Market Update blog. One of the best ways to meet researchers with available life science funding is to exhibit at Biotechnology Calendar, Inc. life science events at these universities. For the convenience of our readers, we’ve compiled short summaries of this past week’s funding news on our Science Market Update blog.
Keeping up to date with life science funding news helps lab suppliers stay informed about the markets in which they participate. By understanding what sort of research is being awarded the most funding at various universities and which researchers have the life science funding available to purchase lab equipment and life science products, lab suppliers can make smart decisions about where to participate in our life science events.
The following are links to this past week’s life science funding and research news stories. For more information, click on the links below.
Three Life Science Funding Awards Given to Columbia Reserarchers
Three researchers at Columbia University received NIH awards as part of the Health High Risk – High Reward Program. The prizes ranged from $1.9 million to $4 million and were awarded to those researchers whose work suggests highly innovative approaches to challenges in biomedical research.
$7.6M in New Life Science Funding at Mount Sinai
Science researchers at Mount Sinai School of Medicine received $7.6 million in life science research funding for the school’s Network for Cardiothoracic Surgical Investigations in Cardiovascular Medicine.
$8.5M in Life Science Funding Awarded to UNC Chapel Hill
Researchers at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill recently received $8.5 million in life science funding from the NIH for HIV research.
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill
Scorpion-Eating Mouse Inspires Anesthetic at MSU
The secret of the grasshopper mouse’s immunity to bark scorpions is inspiring researchers at Michigan State University to look into the medicinal properties of this mouse’s body.
New NIH Life Science Funding: $1.2M Awarded to Stony Brook
Researchers at Stony Brook University recently received $1.2 million in life science funding from the NIH for a Sphingolipids in Cancer Biology and Therapy project led by Yusuf Awni Hannun.
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