In 2010, this vendor show on campus at the University of Pennsylvania attracted over 500 academic researchers.
- Exhibitor’s surveys from the 2010 BioResearch Product Faire revealed that on average, each exhibitor had 58 visitors view their products and demonstrations.
- Of those visits, exhibitors reported an average of 17 excellent quality leads.
- Exhibitors reported an average product value of $10,000.
This vendor show exhibit drew UPenn scientists seeking lab products from multiple departments around campus. The departments that had the most active attendee participation included:
- 47 from the Biochemistry/Biophysics Department
- 37 from the Genetics Department
- 36 from the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
- 36 from the Department of Cell and Developmental Biology
- 34 from the Neurosciences Department
- 33 from the Department of Medicine
- 32 from the Chemistry Department
- 31 from the Biology Department
Consider these funding statistics on the University of Pennsylvania:
- In 2010, Penn received close to $1 Billion in medical research endowments.
- The University of Pennsylvania has 165 active research centers and institutes.
On February 4th the University of Pennsylvania broke ground on the Krishna P. Singh Nanotechnology Center. This $80 Million Research Facility was made possible in part because of a $20 Million gift from Krishna P. Singh.
On May 20, 2011, researchers and laboratory supply and science companies are welcome to attend the 11th Annual BioResearch Product Faire™ Vendor Show on campus at the University of Pennsylvania.