Researchers at Colorado State University have received a blizzard of funding thanks to the philanthropy of two prominent Coloradoans. The largest cash donation in university history of $42.5 million donation has been made by philanthropists John and Leslie Malone, who made their fortune in the cable television industry, and will create a new center and associated programs for stem-cell and other regenerative medical research at CSU. $32.5 million will fund construction of a new building for the institute, while $10 million will fund operations. The $32.5 million gift requires a match of donations for construction and will launch CSU’s Institute for Biologic Translational Therapies to investigate new medical remedies for a variety of ailments in humans and animals.Read More
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If you are a lab supply company interested in selling laboratory supplies in Colorado, Biotechnology Calendar, Inc. invites you to the Colorado BioResearch Product Faire™ Events upcoming in June at five different Colorado institutions:
In 2014 the National Institutes of Health distributed a total of $88 million in funds to five research institutions in Colorado. These five research institutions include:
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Tuberculosis is an infectious respiratory disease, and kills an estimated 1.5 million people worldwide each year. With the emergence of drug-resistant strains of the bacteria that causes tuberculosis, there is an urgent need to develop better strategies for treating TB and to discover the next generation of new antimicrobial drugs.
At the end of each Biotechnology Calendar, Inc. event, we announce the winner of our Five Star Program who went the extra mile as an exhibitor to sell their life science products and lab products. Our Five Star Winners engage with researchers, put a lot of work into creating eye-catching displays, conduct equipment demonstrations, and interact with attendees in an exceedingly professional way. We launched our Five Star Program in 2011 as a way of recognizing and rewarding the best sales reps at our life science marketing events.
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Lab suppliers marketing life science solutions will find Colorado State University a great market for scientific product sales leads, according to the latest research and funding news. Biotechnology Calendar, Inc. organizes life science marketing events at Colorado State University’s Foothills Research Campus and Fort Collins campus on June 17th, 2013 and June 18th, 2013 respectively. Lab suppliers may be interested in increasing their scientific product sales leads by marketing at one or both of these events.
Life science professionals are invited to participate in 5 consecutive life science research product marketing events taking place at 5 top research institutions in Colorado this summer. Click the links below to get complete event information and to register to attend or to exhibit products at these important life science research events.
A series of five university trade show events take place annually in the state of Colorado. This includes Colorado State University-Foothills Research, Colorado State University-Fort Collins, University of Colorado-Boulder, University of Colorado-Anschutz Medical, and National Jewish Health. Holding its place as one of the top research institutes, despite recent funding budget cuts, Colorado State University Fort Collins spent $375.9M on research in FY 2012.