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Ohio State University is one of the largest academic research institutions in the country, ranking 19th in the nation for total R&D. This fall, life science research product suppliers will have the opportunity to meet with Columbus researchers who are active consumers of millions of dollars in lab equipment supplies annually:Read More
The new $126 million Chemical and Biomolecular Engineering and Chemistry Building (CBEC) at Ohio State University is now open.Read More
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Lab supply companies: If you sell lab equipment to university researchers, and include Midwest universities in your live market territories, you may be interested in participating in Biotechnology Calendar, Inc.'s line up of 2016 Midwest life science marketing events.Read More
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Life science researchers in Columbus, OH interested in learning about new tools and technologies available to help further their lab work are invited to attend the upcoming 16th Annual BioResearch Product Faire™ Event at Ohio State University on Thursday, August 6, 2015.Read More
In response to nationwide demand for bioresearch, many Midwest life science research institutions have taken advantage of added funding and high subsidies to significantly increase their R&D spending.Read More
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Ohio State University received a $21 million investment from the Ohio Third Frontier to create a consortium of groups, termed the Neurotechnology Innovations Translator, or NIT, to help create neurotechnology companies and high-tech jobs in Ohio. This four-year funding from the Ohio Third Frontier has brought the total commitment for the NIT to more than $140 million toward establishing a neurotechnology hub in the State of Ohio.
In order to train students for a career in the rapidly growing biotechnology industry, Ohio State University has been working with several biotech companies to run a new program in the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry.
Researchers at Ohio State University received a $4.3 million Cancer Center Support Grant from the NIH this year. Led by Dr. Michael Caligiuri, the Ohio State Comprehensive Cancer Center is one of only 41 designated comprehensive cancer centers in the nation. According to the Ohio State University website, the Arthur G. James Cancer Hospital and Richard J. Solove Research Institute are focused on creating a better understanding of laboratory, clinical and population-based cancer research. Researchers at Ohio State University make it their goal to develop more effective approaches to cancer prevention, diagnosis and therapies.