Graduate researchers at the University Of California, Davis recently received a small grant for organic farming research. They aim to breed new varieties of high-yield, disease-resistant beans.Read More
The Department Of Energy awarded the University Of Illinois a $10.6 million grant for biofuel research. Biotech scientists are working to find new ways to create biofuels that would reduce dependence on petroleum fuel.Read More
Biotech entrepreneurs at Duke University recently sold their startup, Element Genomics, to a global pharmaceutics company. UCB has acquired the firm for $30 million. All four founders - Charlie Gershbach, Greg Crawford, Tim Reddy and Kris Wood - are members of the Duke Center for Genomic and Computational Biology.Read More
Lab suppliers working to sell lab equipment and market life science solutions in Massachusetts will want to participate in Biotechnology Calendar, Inc.’s 2nd Annual Amherst BioResearch Product Faire™ Event, which will take place at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst campus on Wednesday, July 13, 2016
These life science marketing events are the perfect opportunity to educate research audiences about your lab products and services.
Whether leads at your life science tools and services company have been growing at a steady pace, or it’s been difficult to keep up with your goal of increasing lab sales, one market that no lab supplier should overlook is the Texas A&M, College Station market in southeast Texas. Biotechnology Calendar, Inc. organizes top of the line life science marketing events at Texas A&M on a yearly basis. The quality audiences that Biotechnology Calendar, Inc. events attracts, along with our specialized event staff, make for an enjoyable show experience where your sales staff can meet a higher percentage of leads in a professional, yet relaxed atmosphere. Why should you consider Texas A&M University in particular?
A weak immune system can lead to a host of problems and diseases if you’re not careful. Perhaps that’s why blog articles promoting ways to “boost your immune system” are so popular, especially during the winter months. Interestingly, researchers in analytical labs working as part of a Texas Medical Center study have found an innovative solution to stimulating the body’s immune system and thus protecting people against a wide variety of life-threatening diseases.
With a long history of making fundamental contributions to the life sciences, Rockefeller University is one of the most powerful research universities in the United States. The university is credited with the discovery that DNA transmits hereditary information, the modernization of cell biology with the introduction of electron microscopes in biological research, the development of influenza immunization, and the discovery of the connection between cholesterol and heart disease. Funded by a variety of sources, Rockefeller receives support from endowment income, philanthropic donations and research grants.Read More
In a little over forty years since its founding, the University of Alabama, Birmingham has grown from a small public university to a powerful doctoral research institution and academic medical center. With goals as ambitious as caring for the sick, responding to the needs of the community, educating researchers and advancing discovery, the University of Alabama is a progressive university with the talent and resources it takes to make a major impact on the global science community. One of the best ways to get to know this prominent and well-funded market is by exhibiting at Biotechnology Calendar, Inc. life science marketing events at the University of Alabama, Birmingham.Read More
If you are a lab supplier who hasn’t considered making connections within the highly active marketplace at the University of Utah, you may be missing out on a valuable opportunity to increase lab sales and market your lab products. The University of Utah was established as a public university for researchers, academics and professionals in Salt Lake City over 160 years ago. Ranked among the top 100 universities in the world for the past consecutive 10 years, the University of Utah is home to researchers conducting innovative studies in over 80 centers and institutes, including departments in the life sciences.
Surrounded by wheat fields blown about in the Northwest American breeze, Washington State University, Pullman is a scenic destination as well as a promising marketplace for companies working to market lab products and increase lab sales. Biotechnology Calendar, Inc.'s annual life science marketing event within the $476 million marketplace at WSU Pullman is enjoyable for lab supply sales representatives and researchers alike. Well attended by highly funded life science professionals, the BioResearch Product Faire™ Event at Washington State University benefits sales representatives with Biotechnology Calendar, Inc.’s longstanding university connections and over twenty years of experience organizing superior life science vendor shows.