The Harvard University Medical Campus in the Longwood area of Boston boasts one of the nations most lucrative scientific marketplace events for life science vendors
Its a breathtaking science marketplace, with dozens of institutions, More that a billion dollars of funding and the highest concentration of life science PHD's and researchers on the eastern seaboard.
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Upcoming Event: BioResearch Product Faire Event at Longwood
NIH Funding: $55,491,550 
Harvard University is home to the largest comprehensive cancer center in the world – the Dana-Farber/Harvard Cancer Institute. 
A Harvard University oncology researcher has alone received nearly $120 million from the NIH over the past five years. 
Philanthropist Len Blavatnik donated $50 million in a multi year grant to Harvard to fund scientific research. 
$30 million was gifted to the Dana-Farber Cancer Institute to expand research & clinical space over the coming years. The gift will also establish the Marcotte Center for Cancer Research and work to advance strategic cancer research initiatives. 
A number of grants totaling $30 million, over five years, was awarded to Harvard's Therapeutic Science Program. This money will go towards stimulating new, multi-disciplinary research projects. 
The Harvard Clinical and Translational Science Center received an additional $21 million in funding. 
The Dana Farber Cancer Institute at Harvard, in conjuction with Koch Institute for Integrative Cancer Research at MIT, received a five year, $20 million gift from the Commonwealth Foundation for Cancer Research. 
Life science vendors are invited to participate in the upcoming Life science tools, equipment and lab supply event being held this summer, right in the middle of this science mecca.