Houston’s TMC: 56 Institutions and 8 Million Patients AnnuallyRead More
Researchers in Texas, mark your calendars and get ready for an upcoming BioResearch Product Faire Event at university near you!Read More
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The Texas Medical Center in Houston is the world's largest medical center, currently comprised ofRead More
Texas, along with being the largest state in the continental U.S., has some of the top research institutions in the country. These institutions receive millions of dollars annually in life science funding, produce world-class research, and publish influential research papers. Two of these world-renowned research institutions include Texas A&M University and the Texas Medical Center.Read More
Are you a lab supply company interested in marketing your lab equipment to active life science reserachers in Houston? If so, Biotechnology Calendar, Inc. invites you to attend our Texas Medical Center life science marketing event coming up on January 29, 2015. Last year, this event attracted 452 life science professionals from 50 different research buildings and 79 departments at the Texas Medical Center. Of these attendees, 148 were professors and post docs, and 78 were lab managers. The balance of attendees were graduate students and other lab staff.Read More
Researchers in Houston, mark your calendar and get ready for the upcoming 15th annual BioResearch Product Faire™ Event at the Texas Medical Center on January 29, 2015!
This event gives YOU, researchers from one of the biggest medical centers in the world, the opportunity to discover what new lab products and technologies are available to use in your labs. You will have the chance to:
- Meet with sales reps from your favorite supply companies, as well as new companies you have not before meet with, to find the best new products available.
- Meet other researchers from across campus to explore research concepts and get new ideas.
- Connect with industry professionals to get answers to you research technology questions.
- Establish new contacts and maintain and grow existing professional relationships.
Breast cancer research recently got a nudge in the right direction with a little help from a pair of product development grants, totaling nearly $4 million. For the past seven years, scientists at the University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio have been searching for a way to “switch on” natural processes that are crucial to fighting breast cancer, and their efforts are starting to pay off. Read More
A weak immune system can lead to a host of problems and diseases if you’re not careful. Perhaps that’s why blog articles promoting ways to “boost your immune system” are so popular, especially during the winter months. Interestingly, researchers in analytical labs working as part of a Texas Medical Center study have found an innovative solution to stimulating the body’s immune system and thus protecting people against a wide variety of life-threatening diseases.
Are you having trouble generating new leads for your lab products and services in Texas? Perhaps your marketing strategy is working fairly well, but you have room for more customers. There’s no easier way to increase sales for your biotech solutions than to exhibit at Biotechnology Calendar, Inc. life science marketing events. One of the most popular Biotechnology Calendar, Inc. events of the year is the Texas Medical Center vendor show. At this event, researchers are looking for and achieve success in finding the lab products and services they need.
This year’s BioResearch Product Faire™ Event at The Texas Medical Center was also a success for many exhibitors, some of whom reported seeing as many as 300 attendees at their booth. One exhibitor reported 200 visitors to their booth with 100 good or excellent quality leads. Another exhibitor who estimated they had the same number of leads and visitors commented that the onsite staff were helpful and improved their experience of the event. Exhibitors in general remarked that they were very pleased with their table placement and that the event staff were attentive to exhibitor needs.Read More