Life science professionals are invited to participate in 5 consecutive life science research product marketing events taking place at 5 top research institutions in Colorado this summer. Click the links below to get complete event information and to register to attend or to exhibit products at these important life science research events.
A series of five university trade show events take place annually in the state of Colorado. This includes Colorado State University-Foothills Research, Colorado State University-Fort Collins, University of Colorado-Boulder, University of Colorado-Anschutz Medical, and National Jewish Health. Holding its place as one of the top research institutes, despite recent funding budget cuts, Colorado State University Fort Collins spent $375.9M on research in FY 2012.
Each of the 50+, annual science events hosted by Biotechnology Calendar, Inc. are planned and tailored with the exhibitors and researchers in mind. These events are held in prime venues with easy access for all institute researchers and scientists, and also in the largest most convenient spaces available; the planners know that holding the events in venues like this, provide the exhibitors with the opportunity to:
Durham, North Carolina is home to the prestigious, private research institute, Duke University. Quakers and Methodists first founded Duke in 1838, and originally named it Trinity College, until 1924 when tobacco and electric power industrialist James Buchanan Duke established The Duke Endowment. This Endowment is a private establishment designed to serve as the key supporter for North Carolina and South Carolina's higher education, health care, children's welfare, and spiritual life programs.
Originally founded in 1982, the University of Illinois, Chicago is now one of the top 200 research funded institutes in the world, and home to the largest medical school in the nation. UIC is proud to serve as the primary educational institute for the state's physicians, dentists, pharmacists and nurses. The university has been internationally recognized in many areas, including:
As one of the top research institutes in the nation, the University of Georgia, Athens is a prestigious, respected academic institute, which had more than $250M in research expenditures FY 2011.
In fiscal year 2012, the University of Colorado, Boulder received more than $380 million in sponsored research projects to be used across multiple industries, including natural and physical sciences, space sciences, social sciences, and engineering.
In just under four weeks, we will be hosting our 8th Annual Mount Sinai BioResearch Product Faire™ Event, situated at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine. At this years event, we are expecting 300 university science researchers who are actively searching for new products, equipment, and services for their labs.
The University of Pittsburgh is one of the top research institutions in the United States. The U.S. National Science Foundation ranked UPitt at number five among the world’s public universities, and number three among the nations public schools for federally funded research. The university also ranks number seven for funding from the National Institutes of Health (NIH), and number one from the NIH’s National Institute of Mental Health. The University of Pittsburgh is known as the “world’s transplantation capital”, having performed more than 17,000 organ transplants.
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The University of California, Los Angeles (UCLA) holds much pride in the numerous prestigious awards and recognitions that it has achieved since being founded in 1919. From the 12 Nobel Prizes and 12 Rhodes Scholarships, to having more NCAA titles than any other university, and more Olympic medals than most nations. UCLA’s main mission is summed up in just three, simple words: Education, Research and Service; and their outstanding research projects have received $1 billion dollars every year for the past three years.