Early Registration for Lab Suppliers wanting to participate in March life science marketing events will be extended from December 1, 2013 to December 15th, 2013. Vendors wanting to meet face to face with life science researchers can save up to $250 when they register to participate in any of the following events by December 15, 2013. In addition to showcasing the newest lab equipment, products and supplies, vendors can meet with researchers at all levels at these March events:
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Lab suppliers working to meet researchers in New York City have the opportunity to participate in top quality life science marketing at Mount Sinai School of Medicine with Biotechnology Calendar, Inc.’s upcoming New York life science events. Our Mount Sinai BioResearch Product Faire™ Event will be held on March 26th, 2014. Biotechnology Calendar, Inc. organizes life science events on campuses where universities are well-funded and engage in groundbreaking research.
Mount Sinai School of Medicine is helping to make New York a well-funded market for laboratory equipment sales, according to the latest NIH and NSF research funding statistics. In 2012, the NIH awarded Mount Sinai $178.7 million in research funding. The money will go towards many research projects across various departments at the university. We have compiled a list broken down the number of projects awarded money in certain well-funded life science disciplines and the total amount of funding for those projects. For a complete list of the departments receiving research funding at Mount Sinai, visit the NIH website.
In just under four weeks, we will be hosting our 8th Annual Mount Sinai BioResearch Product Faire™ Event, situated at the Mount Sinai School of Medicine. At this years event, we are expecting 300 university science researchers who are actively searching for new products, equipment, and services for their labs.
If you are a science researcher or lab supplier interested in networking at Mt. Sinai School of Medicine, Biotechnology Calendar, Inc.'s 8th Annual Mt. Sinai BioResearch Product Faire™ event will be held on March 27, 2013.
Are you looking to increase lab sales for your research products?
Are you looking to connect with researchers on the east coast? Consider attending Biotechnology Calendar, Inc.'s East Coast Bioscience Shows, which take place at top funded research universities. At Biotechnology Calendar, Inc., we provide three levels of life science research events nationwide: Biotechnology Vendor Showcase™ (BVS), BioResearch Product Faire™ (BRPF), and BioResearch Product Faire™ Front Line Events.
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Our spring series of New York shows is less than a month away now, and we know you’re looking forward to them as much as we are. Yes, there are still a few tables to be had, and we’d be happy to put you and your company’s products at one of them in front of some of the top life science researchers in the country:
3/24/2015 – Columbia University
3/25/2015 – Mount Sinai School of Medicine
3/26/2015 – Rockefeller University
Reserve a space at any of these events right here.
How will you get to Stony Brook in October? Take the Long Island Rail Road from the City? The ferry from Bridgeport, CT? Rent a car at La Guardia? Either way, it promises to be a gorgeous trip (think fall color) and an excellent show. Here’s a sampling of what Stony Brook University boasts:
Who doesn’t dread that soft buzzing sound we recognize as the imminent attack of the summer mosquitos? Fortunately for world health, the disease factor associated with these insects may one day be a thing of the past, thanks to innovative research being done in university laboratories across the U.S. Our Science Market Update has been keeping track of such research. Earlier we reported on work at UC Irvine; more recently we looked at a very different approach in a biogenetics lab at Rockefeller University.