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Texas A&M University Laboratory Product Sales

Posted by Greg Paul on Wed, Oct 25, 2017

During the most recent fiscal year, researchers at Texas A&M and A&M System Agencies formed six startup companies and executed 50 licenses, bringing the total active licenses to 441.  The 17th Annual BioResearch Product Faire™ in College Station coming early 2018 will provide an opportunity to meet with over 150 active researchers seeking the newest technologies and services for their labs. This will be a great chance to increase laboratory product sales and start 2018 on the right foot.



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Testimonials from Texas A&M:

"I really appreciate Biotechnology Calendar Inc. bringing all the new research products into one place and letting the researchers know about it. This really lifts up the quality of research and growth of industry. Keep doing this more and more." – G. D., Texas A & M University BCI event

"I liked that there was a steady amount of people. The people were helpful and friendly. I always do shows with Biotech." - J. G., Exhibitor, Texas A&M University BCI event



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Key Stats:

2015 Life Science R&D Expenditures: $320.555 Million.

The EPA awarded Texas A&M with a $6 Million grant to investigate the environmental impact on cardiac health using human cells and mice.

A professor at Texas A&M received $2.2 Million over five years to investigate eukaryotic potassium channels using native ion mobility mass spectrometry.


To Speak with a sales representative about attending the 17th Annual BioResearch Product Faire™ in College Station call 530-272-6675 or visit:

Click Here to Exhibit at Texas  A&M University


Tags: Texas, College Station, TAMU, TX, Texas A&M, Laboratory product sales, 2018

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