All PI's, lab managers, researchers, purchasing agents, professors, grad students, post docs, and other lab staff in Rochester, MN are invited to attend the 10th Annual BioResearch Product Faire™ coming up on Thursday, May 21, 2015.Read More
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An upcoming trip to Rochester, Minnesota to meet some of the nation’s leading life science researchers doesn’t have to be all business…
When you’re not busy promoting your products to researchers from Mayo Clinic and surrounding facilities at the 10th Annual BioResearch Product Faire™ Event, you can check out what else Rochester has to offer.
For your pre- or post-event pleasure, we’ve compiled a list of great ways to spend your time in Rochester.Read More
The Mayo Clinic is in the process of constructing 2 new Proton Therapy Treatment Centers, on at the clinic in Rochester, MN expected to open this year (2015), and the other in Phoenix, AZ expected to open in 2016.Read More
This month the Mayo Clinic has announced the official beginning of a $3 billion philanthropic fundraising campaign to accelerate the pace of research, to solve unmet needs of patients, and to improve the quality of health care. Mayo clinic has so far raised more than half the money, or $1.7 billion, since the quiet phase of the campaign began in 2010. The campaign will continue until December 31, 2017.
Lab supply companies looking to increase sales in the Minnesota academic marketplace can benefit from the following information about life science markets at leading research universities in the state. The following information about these Minnesota markets is provided by Biotechnology Calendar, Inc.
The National Multiple Sclerosis Society announced a commitment of $2.5 million to the Network of Pediatric MS Centers, a network of nine centers that includes the Mayo Clinic, the University of California at San Francisco, Stony Brook University, the University of Alabama at Birmingham, Children’s Hospital Boston, Texas Children’s Hospital, Loma Linda University, the State University of New York at Buffalo and Massachusetts General Hospital. According to PR Newswire, the funding will be used to research the cause of MS by investigating risk factors for the disease in children close to the time of exposure.
Minnesota has a thriving research community, new buildings, high funding levels and is currently attracting top life science research professionals from around the world.