Researchers and lab suppliers are invited to participated in 3 important Minnesota life science technology events coming soon.
Life Science Company and Industry News Briefs
As you may know, researchers are becoming more aware of the environment and are looking for greener products to use in their bioscience research so that they can reduce their level of environmental impact.
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Since 2004, the University of Minnesota's research portfolio has grown by 41% – the second-highest growth rate among U.S. public research universities. This phenomenal growth rate has helped pushed U of M to 9th among the nation’s top research universities. In fact, the University of Minnesota garnered a record $823M in outside research funding for 2010. In addition, 14 new companies were launched in past 18 months from the University-based technologies. This resulted in the University garnering nearly$84M in gross annual revenue from patent and licensing activity in 2010.
Minnesota has a thriving research community, new buildings, high funding levels and is currently attracting top life science research professionals from around the world.