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Sell Science Lab Equipment at UMass: $150M New Institute Opens

Posted by BCI Staff on Wed, Apr 19, 2017

Vendors sell science lab equipement at UMASS

The University of Massachusetts, Amherst Opened a $150 Million Institute for Applied Life Sciences. The IALS combines the expertise of more than 175 faculty members associated with 5 schools and colleges and 28 departments.

Find out more about the Institute here: Science Market update on UMASS New Building
The Institutes has 3 Main Centers:

  • Center for Bioactive Delivery: seeks to deliver the right drug to the right place.
  • Models to Medicine Center: will identify novel drug targets and therapeutic candidates by using new insights about molecular pathways.
  • Center for Personalized Health Monitoring: seeks to be a research, partnership, and demonstration facility for accelerating the commercialization of wireless sensor systems.

    If you have research laboratory equipment that you would like introduce to the researchers at the University of Massachusetts, Amherst, we welcome your to join us at BioResearch Product Faire™, Amherst University of Massachusetts - July 12, 2017 the annual life science trade show to meet with these researchers face to face.
  • Sell science lab equipment at UMass

Exhibitors and researchers  are invited to get more info at:

Get U.Mass Amherst Show Info

For information about selling science lab equipment in other regions of the country click below:

Lab supplies sales
Register now for this event to meet with other researchers from across campus.

Selling Lab equipment at UMASS Amherst


Sell refurbished lab equipment? You are welcome to come exhibit your  products and meet researchers at UMASS Amherst also.


UMass Current Top Stories

Number Abilities in Humans, Birds and Fish are Based in Brain’s Subcortex Cognitive neuroscience researcher Joonkoo Park at UMass Amherst, who recently received a five-year, $751,000 faculty early career development (CAREER) grant from the National Science Foundation to address basic research questions about how our brains process number and magnitude and how such processes give rise to more complex mathematical thinking, has co-authored a paper that reports where in the brain numerical quantity evaluation is processed.
UMass Amherst Chemical Engineer Michael A. Henson Shares $1.8 Million NIH Grant to Study the Human ‘Body Clock’ Michael A. Henson, a chemical engineer at the University of Massachusetts Amherst, is one of three researchers working with a four-year, $1.8 million grant from the National Institutes of Health to study circadian rhythms in an effort to better understand the workings of the human body clock.
UMass Amherst Kinesiologists Receive Grant to Improve Symptom Tracking in Multiple Sclerosis With a recent two-year, $833,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Defense, kinesiology professor Richard van Emmerik and colleagues at UMass Amherst hope to eventually help an estimated 1 million people worldwide living with progressive multiple sclerosis by creating an improved diagnostic test for this form of the disease, which is characterized by a steady decrease in nervous system function.
UMass Amherst Research Team Lands NCAA Grant to Support Student-Athletes’ Transition to College A research team from UMass Amherst has received one of five awards from the NCAA's Innovations in Research and Practice Grant Program to expand the scope of classroom-based “Changing Minds, Changing Lives” seminar designed to support first-year student-athletes’ successful transition into college life.


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