Lab suppliers have the opportunity to exhibit at Biotechnology Calendar Inc.’s 6th Annual St. Paul Front Line Event™ on May 21st, 2014. This event, held on campus at the University of Minnesota, St. Paul, allows lab suppliers to interact face-to-face with life science researchers on campus. This is a great opportunity for life science lab suppliers to increase sales and brand exposure by networking with receptive researchers.
Biotechnology Calendar, Inc. life science events take place within well-funded research markets and are consistently well-attended. Our life science events are the perfect way to meet researchers and market laboratory equipment within promising markets. The advertising we offer in pre-show invitations, on the web and in event literature gives your company the competitive edge and helps increase your brand exposure.
Biotechnology Calendar, Inc. selects a winner for our Five Star Program at the end of every event we organize. The criteria for this selection reflects who we believe came to the event prepared to exhibit, engaged with attendees in a friendly and interested manner and showed remarkable salesmanship skills in working to meet researchers and market life science products. Five Star Winners are great communicators, act professionally and conduct demonstrations. Their exhibits are also visually stimulating and stand out from the competition. These sales reps draw large crowds to their booths and promote their company’s message in an engaging way.
Lab suppliers working to increase life science sales leads and sell lab equipment may be interested in the latest funding news at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities. This 2013, the university received a $3.2 million cancer support grant from the NIH for the University of Minnesota Cancer Center. Lab suppliers may want to take advantage of this grant, along with a wealth of other research grants from the NIH and NSF, at University of Minnesota life science marketing events. The NIH RePORTER states:
Researchers and lab suppliers are invited to participated in 3 important Minnesota life science technology events coming soon.
The University of Michigan’s pioneering crowd-funding approach to funding research may interest lab suppliers interested in marketing their life science solutions and university lab equipment at Michigan life science marketing events. In years past, medical research has been funded through federal agencies and private funders that require scientists to submit proposals and wait long periods of time for results. The system is intended to fund the best-executed and most innovative university research, but is it always effective?
Biotechnology vendors and lab suppliers in Minnesota will find a well-funded life science research market at the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities, according to the most recent NIH and NSF research funding statistics. In 2012, the NIH awarded the University of Minnesota, Twin Cities $243.5 million in research funding. The funding was distributed among a number of different departments at the university. For the convenience of our readers, we have composed a list with the number of projects awarded money in each science research discipline and the total amount of funding for those projects:
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.