Life Science Company and Industry News Briefs
The University of Illinois Cancer Center is pursuing designation from the National Cancer Institute, a branch of the National Institutes of Health (NIH). The prestigious designation would mean increased financial support from the NIH, resulting in more opportunities for researchers as well as an economic benefit for the entire community. If the University of Illinois succeeds it become the third cancer center to reach this status in the state of Illinois.
Total R&D Expenditures for 2017: $372,619,000
2017 Life Science R&D Expenditures: $277,145,000
Rank in Total Life Science R&D Expenditures: 52nd
2018 NIH Funding: $122,974,818
If your laboratory supply company has an interest in increasing your midwest sales, consider networking with life science researchers at the upcoming 20th annual BioResearch Product FaireTM event at the University of Illinois on September 11, 2019.
This event connects laboratory suppliers with hundreds of Chicago area researchers, PIs, grad students, lab managers, professors, and purchasing agents interested in learning about and obtaining the best and most innovative equipment as well as technologies to foster research.
Life Science Research Professionals and Lab Product Suppliers are invited to attend the upcoming University of California San Diego Biotechnology Vendor Showcase™ Science Product Trade Show.Read More
The newly established MART (Medical and Research Translation) building at Stony Brook which is eight stories high (240,000 sq. ft.) will have three floors dedicated solely to research. The MART is the new home for Stony Brook University Cancer Center.
The MART building ($194M is part of the $423M SBU medicine expansion).
The State-of-the-Art MART brings together researchers and clinicians which will change the future of cancer care through innovative developments, medical discoveries and lifesaving treatments for patients with cancer from all over the world.
Please note, there are only four spaces left at this upcoming life science marketing event.
Stony Brook University
BioResearch Product Faire™ event - September 25th, 2019
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- 2017 Total R&D Expenditures: $238,612,000
- Ranked 95th for Total R&D Expenditures
- 2017 Life Science R&D Expenditures: $99,548,000
- 2018 NIH Funding: $62,868,914
Additionally, same week, Biotechnology Calendar, Inc. is hosting three more shows in the New York City area:
Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
BioResearch Product Faire™ event - September 24th, 2019
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- 2017 Life Science R&D Expenditures: $575,448,000
- 2017 R&D NIH Funding Rank: 40th
- 2018 NIH Funding: $345,221,510
BioResearch Product Faire™ event - September 26th, 2019
- 2017 Total R&D Expenditures: $893,062,000
- 2017 R&D NIH Funding Rank: 20th
- 2017 Life Science R&D Expenditures: $608,053,000
- 2018 NIH Funding: $464,799,343
BioResearch Product Faire™ event - September 27th, 2019
- 2017 Total R&D Expenditures: $319,037,000
- 2017 R&D NIH Funding Rank: 74th
- 2017 Life Science R&D Expenditures: $299,847,000
- 2018 NIH Funding: $75,734,802
Last year, exhibitors met with more than 1,375 researchers, post docs, purchasing agents, and lab managers at these events in this $2 Billion New York City area marketplace. Call today to register to exhibit at any of these events.
Columbia University is a world front runner in medicine, science, and technology. Columbia University’s Precision Medicine initiative connects its intellectual resources of its faculty to diagnose, prevent, and treat individuals based on variations in genes, environment, and lifestyle. This type of processes will deliver custom-made medical care. Columbia is part of the NIH award of $55M helping to build a million-person precision medicine study. The Columbia University Medical Center will engage patients and ensure that participants represent diversity within our country.Read More
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You are invited to attend the upcoming 20th Duke University BioResearch Product Faire™ Science Product Trade Show. This complimentary event is open to active research scientists and related life science professionals.
- Learn about new lab supplies and technologies
- Discover new companies; see what new products they have
- Compare products, prices, and brands
- Ask questions
- Meet with numerous lab suppliers in one place
- Schedule equipment demos
- Network with fellow researchers across campus
- Establish new professional contacts for your future
- Enjoy a complimentary breakfast and lunch buffet
- Collect fun door prizes
If your company is interested in exhibiting please click the link below.Read More
The staff at Icahn School of Medicine believes in bringing experts together from all disciplines to respond to complex challenges. The school is regarded for advancements in the medical field and dedicates all of their $575.4M in R&D funding to the life sciences.
Why is it important to connect with researchers at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai?
The University is ranked 12th among U.S. medical schools for NIH funding, employs more than 601 Postdoctoral Fellows, consists of 33 Academic Departments, and 38 multidisciplinary research, educational, and clinical institutes. Innovative discoveries such as new depression treatments, gene and cancer research, creation of genetic testing laboratories, and studies of engineering viruses are happening here.Read More
In the hearts of San Francisco, Berkeley, and Davis new technologies are constantly being discovered and developed. Biotechnology Calendar, Inc. is hosting BioResearch Product FaireTM events in these three cutting-edge, technologically advanced cities, back-to-back this summer. Attending these events at UC Davis, UC Berkeley and UCSF Parnassus will get you face time with hundreds of life science researchers and provide you the opportunity to network with as well as educate them about your innovative products. Last year, exhibitors met with nearly 600 researchers in this $3 Billion marketplace. Biotech innovators return every year to these three events to meet with new potential clients. Exhibitors and attendees alike all believe these three shows are well worth their while:Read More
The University of Michigan just opened a new $261 million, five-story, 312,000 square-foot science building. This impressive building will mostly feature wet and dry lab work, housing the university's departments of Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, as well as Paleontology. The building also includes an area with advanced plant growth facilities, a team-based classroom on the first floor that seats 138 people, and two specimen laboratories.
The University of Michigan provides their researchers with state-of-the-art facilities and encourages their researchers to be innovative with support and gratitude. At $1.5 billion in total R&D, the University of Michigan is the top public university in research spending in the United States. Life science research receives more than $826 million of that funding.