Tucson – The University of Arizona is currently working on two new construction projects which, when completed, will expand their research in the biosciences by over 376,000 square feet. The Bioscience Research Laboratories building is projected to be complete at the end of 2017 and the Health Sciences Innovation Building appears to be on track for completion in July of next year.Read More
Best Life Science Market in Arizona: UAZ
The University of Arizona, Tucson is ranked among the nation’s top medical schools for research and primary care and is also the best life science market in the state. The university has 23 clinical and medical centers full of life science professionals that spent over $277M on life science research.
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Would your sales team benefit from making new business connections in a $277 million life science marketplace? If so, join Biotechnology Calendar, Inc. at the upcoming Tucson BioResearch Product Faire™ Front Line™ event on Thursday, November 3, 2016 and meet face to face with these well-funded researchers.Read More
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In the constantly growing research market, new products and technologies are needed to help researchers with their work. The 12th annual BioResearch Product Faire™ event coming up at the University of Arizona, Tucson on December 4th is the perfect place for life science researchers, lab managers, post-docs and purchasing agents to find new supplies for their labs.
This free event provides all lab personnel with the chance to meet with lab product suppliers and sales reps to find the best and newest products and technologies to use in their labs. In the past, the event has drawn over 150 researchers interested in meeting with sales reps in a fun, friendly, and professional environment. Keeping the event small gives those who do come more time to speak with the sales reps to really learn about the products available to them, without feeling hurried because too many other people want to interrupt.Read More
If you are a lab supplier interested in attending life science marketing events Arizona where you can meet researchers and learn more about markets that have a wealth of life science funding, Biotechnology Calendar, Inc.’s University of Arizona event may be for you. We will be hosting our annual Tucson BioResearch Product Faire™ Event on October 9th, 2013 on the University of Arizona campus. Biotechnology Calendar, Inc. events are popular with both researchers and exhibitors because we provide a comfortable atmosphere to discuss the latest life science equipment and research news. Not only are our events great for marketing laboratory products and networking with others in the life science field, but they are a great way to learn more about your company’s customer base.
Two researchers at the University of Arizona have an innovative idea for how to raise research funding at a time when federal research dollars are shrinking: the two graduate students in Anna Dornhaus’ social-insect lab have turned to crowd-funding and social media. The method of raising money for research is so new that administrators at the University of Arizona aren’t prepared to deal with it. Faculty and staff will have to wait to follow the graduate students’ lead until the university can figure out a way to defray the “indirect costs” of supervising research.
Researchers at the University of Arizona’s Arizona Cancer Center received a $3.7 million renewal of funding this year for cancer research. Led by David Alberts, who, according to the University of Arizona website, has made his career’s focus researching translational cancer prevention and treatment, the center was awarded the research funding by the NIH earlier this year. Alberts’ research teams work in laboratory-based and clinical research settings studying the chemoprevention and treatment of breast cancer, colon cancer, ovary cancer and skin cancer. The NIH RePORTER provides more information on the Arizona Cancer Center in the funding abstract:
Researchers at the University of Arizona, Tucson recently received a $1.2 million award from the NIH for the Chemoprevention of Skin Cancer Program Project, led by David Alberts, MD. The University of Arizona website says that Alberts has spent his career focusing on translational cancer prevention and treatment research. His main area of expertise is laboratory-based and clinical research investigating the chemoprevention and treatment as such devastating cancers as breast cancer, colon cancer, ovary cancer and skin cancer. He served as the University of Arizona Cancer Center’s director from 2005 to June 2013. The abstract for the project receiving new NIH funding on NIH RePORTER states:
Lab suppliers interested in marketing their life science solutions and increasing lab sales leads may want to take a closer look at the market available at the University of Arizona, a school that hosts annual life science marketing events organized by Biotechnology Calendar, Inc. The University of Arizona is the leading research university in the state of Arizona and is ranked in the top 20 public research universities in the country. The University of Arizona excels in research areas such as the environment and biosciences. The school’s innovative research is contributing to the next generation of knowledge.