Biotechnology Calendar, Inc.’s Athens BioResearch Product Faire™ Event will be hosted at the University of Georgia in only a few months on February 26th, 2014. Biotechnology Calendar, Inc. life science events are the best way to sell lab equipment and market life science products on campus at the University of Georgia campus. In 2012, the Athens BioResearch Product Faire™ Event attracted 153 visitors. Of the attendees, 30 were purchasing agents, professors and post docs, and 29 were lab managers. The visitors came from 27 different research buildings and 28 departments across campus.
Lab suppliers working to meet researchers and market lab products in Georgia may find it beneficial to exhibit at Biotechnology Calendar, Inc. Georgia life science marketing events. Our Atlanta BioResearch Product Faire™ Event will be held on February 27th, 2014. Last year, our Atlanta BioResearch Product Faire™ Event attracted 213 attendees. Of those who attended, 58 were purchasing agents, professors and post docs, and 30 were lab managers. The visitors came from 34 different research buildings and 55 departments across campus.
Lab suppliers working to meet researchers and learn more about the laboratory equipment sales market in Georgia may be interested in Biotechnology Calendar, Inc.’s U Georgia life science marketing event. The Athens BioResearch Product Faire™ Event at the University of Georgia will be held on February 26th, 2014. We expect at least 150 attendees based on last year’s attendance statistics. Biotechnology Calendar, Inc. life science marketing events are attractive to researchers, purchasing agents and lab managers because we provide a comfortable space where they can discuss their latest research projects and lab supply needs during a time they have specifically taken out of the day to think about how best to stock their labs.
Researchers at Emory University received $5.1 million in life science research funding from the NIH this past June. The title of the project receiving funding is “B-Cell Biology of Mucosal Immune Protection from SIV Challenge,” and the project leader is Eric Hunter, PhD. Dr. Hunter’s area of expertise is HIV/AIDS. According to the Emory University webpage, his research focuses on understanding virus-cell interactions, how independently targeted capsid and glycoprotein molecules are brought to the assembly site, what pathways are used, and what roles cell- and virus- encoded gene products assume while this is going on. The NIH RePORTER provides more information on the project receiving $5.1 million in life science funding:
Lab suppliers working to sell lab products and life science products may be interested in the latest funding news at Emory University. Recently this year, Emory University researchers led by Dr. Bali Pulendran received a $2.9 million NIH award to study systems biological analysis of innate and adaptive responses to vaccination. According to the Emory University website, Dr. Pulendran is a Professor in the Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine at the Emory University School of Medicine. The NIH RePORTER includes an abstract with a description of the project receiving funding, which says:
Lab suppliers interested in marketing life science solutions and university lab equipment at Atlanta life science marketing events may want to take a closer look at Emory University’s Rollins School of Public Health as a potential sales market. In 2010, the Rollins School of Public Health opened a teaching and research building named for Claudia Nance Rollins. According to a recent article in Emory Magazine, the Rollins family gave $50 million to the construction of the building and this gift was the catalyst for over $170 million given to the Rollins School of Public Health during the Emory campaign. About $90 million of that funding went towards building the new facility, which includes three floors of lab space.
Emory University recently opened the doors to its new Health Sciences Research Building, allowing researchers to move into their labs. The Emory University scientists in the new facility will focus their research on cancer, drug discovery, gastroenterology, neurosciences, immunology and vaccines, transplant immunology, biomedical engineering, nephrology, and human genetics.
As one of the top research institutes in the nation, the University of Georgia, Athens is a prestigious, respected academic institute, which had more than $250M in research expenditures FY 2011.
Emory University is an incredibly well-funded environment, especially when given recent NSF and NIH research funding statistics. In total, Emory University received $274.2 million in research funding in 2012. The NSF awarded the university $10.6 million of research funding in 2012, and the money was spread out over a number of different departments at Emory University. Of the research funding, $2.1 million went towards bio research projects alone. Among the various life science programs of study awarded funding were neural systems, genetic mechanisms, systems and synthetic biology, physiology and structural systems, and cellular dynamics and function.
Are you a laboratory supplier looking to share your latest technologies and demonstrate lab equipment to researchers in Georgia? We have two important research events coming up in the state of Georgia that are designed to support researchers in reaching their research goals.