At the end of each Biotechnology Calendar, Inc. event, we announce the winner of our Five Star Program who went the extra mile as an exhibitor to sell their life science products and lab products. Our Five Star Winners engage with researchers, put a lot of work into creating eye-catching displays, conduct equipment demonstrations, and interact with attendees in an exceedingly professional way. We launched our Five Star Program in 2011 as a way of recognizing and rewarding the best sales reps at our life science marketing events.
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The National Multiple Sclerosis Society announced a commitment of $2.5 million to the Network of Pediatric MS Centers, a network of nine centers that includes the Mayo Clinic, the University of California at San Francisco, Stony Brook University, the University of Alabama at Birmingham, Children’s Hospital Boston, Texas Children’s Hospital, Loma Linda University, the State University of New York at Buffalo and Massachusetts General Hospital. According to PR Newswire, the funding will be used to research the cause of MS by investigating risk factors for the disease in children close to the time of exposure.
In just a few days Biotechnology Calendar Inc. will hold its annual UCSF Mission Bay laboratory product and technology Event where UCSF researchers get a chance to look at the new lab product technologies for 2013. If you are a lab supplier you will want connect with the high caliber, highly funded and very enthusiastic researchers at this top tier university.
The UCSF Mission Bay research campus opened in 2003 at one of the offsite University of San Francisco locations. This biotechnology hub combines medical facilities, university research and industry collaboration. The level of integration and collaboration between facilities will accelerate new discoveries and allow them to move quickly from basic research into clinical practice. Since the opening of Genentech Hall, seven new buildings have been added to the campus, and two more are in planning and scheduled to begin construction.
Northern California is one of the highest NIH funded areas for research and development and UC San Francisco, Mission Bay is at the forefront of innovation in life science and healthcare research.