Demonstrate Your Research Products at this 16th Annual Georgia Event
University of Georgia, Athens
Wednesday, March 4, 2015
Market to a Well-Funded Research University
Last year, the BioResearch Product Faire™ Event at the University of Georgia, Athens attracted 152 attendees. Of these attendees, 41 were purchasing agents, professors and post docs, and 27 were lab managers, totaling 27% decision makers. These attendees came from 21 different research buildings and 30 on-campus departments.
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Research departments invited to this event include:
- Animal and Dairy Science
- Biochemistry and Molecular Biology
- Cellular Biology
- Complex Carbohydrate Center
- Crop and Soil Sciences
- Food Science and Technology
- Infectious Disease
- Marine Sciences
- Plant Biology and Pathology
- Veterinary Medicine
UGA hosts abundant growth and bright marketing opportunities:
- UGA's new $89 million Veterinary Medical Learning Center is scheduled to open in March, 2015. The facility will include a new hospital, laboratories and classroom space. New research labs will need new laboratory supplies and equipment and this will coincide with our University of Georgia, Athens BioResearch Product Faire™ Event. You really won't want to miss this golden opportunity to show off your products to the people in charge of furnishing these new labs and classrooms.
- University of Georgia cancer researchers still have 2 years of funding remaining from two five-year grants totaling $4.1 million. With the funding they have been exploring new methods of detecting ovarian and pancreatic cancers, using the most advanced technologies available. The National Institutes of Health awarded the University of Georgia, Athens 126 awards totaling $45.5 million in science research funding.
- A partnership between Emory University and the University of Georgia that plays a key role in the nation's influenza research and surveillance programs has received a $3.6 million contract, with potential funding up to a total of $26.7 million available over seven years, from the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. If you are also interested in marketing your products to Emory, you are welcome to visit this link for more information.
More UGA Funding Stats:
- 2012 Life Science R & D Expenditures: 58th Ranked = $218,239,000
- 2014 NIH Funding: $45,686,120
- The University of Georgia broke ground on the $44.7 million construction project of a Science Learning Center. The 122,500-square-foot facility will add 33 teaching labs to the South campus for the chemistry, biological sciences, plant biology, and physics department.
- UGA administrators plan to use $10 million modernize the existing labs in UGA’s chemistry and biology buildings, both first occupied in 1960. The renovated labs will primarily become facilities for faculty research.
Exhibiting lab products at the University of Georgia, Athens research market is an excellent chance to meet face-to-face with life science researchers and increase sales leads. To learn more about participating in this 2015 event, visit the link below:
Additional opportunities you won't want to miss in the Southern Region Market include:
- Emory University on March 5, 2015
- Duke University on May 13, 2015
- University of Alabama, Birmingham on November 12, 2015