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Last year, Biotechnology Calendar, Inc. introduced our first annual BioResearch Product Faire™ event at the University of Maryland, Baltimore. This event generated over 38% decision maker attendees at the 71-acre research and technology campus.Read More
The University of Maryland, Baltimore is recognized as one of the leading public research universities in the nation with over $381M in life science R&D expenditures.
Lab suppliers are invited to attend the upcoming BioResearch Product Faire™ event to demonstrate their products and services to the Baltimore life science community.
University of Maryland, Baltimore – 6/8/16
“Biotechnology Calendar, Inc. did an outstanding job facilitating this event. We received first class treatment and plenty of productive foot traffic to advertise each participating vendor. A job well done and I look forward to next year.” - 2015 Baltimore Exhibitor
There are still spaces available at this event. Call Biotechnology Calendar, Inc. today to increase your company’s brand recognition and meet with research professionals at a university that was ranked 34th in the nation for life science expenditures.
The University of Maryland, Baltimore recently received a grant of $15.2 million to establish a new IGS Genome Center for Infectious Diseases (GCID). The university construction of the new center will enable researchers to use innovative genomics techniques to gain a better understanding of pathogen biology.Read More
The University of Maryland in Baltimore is a leading research university with a top twenty-five ranking in numerous research fields, including public health.
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Even though schizophrenia only affects about 1 percent of the world's population, it is a well-known neurological disorder occasionally mentioned in TV, movies and books. People with schizophrenia think they hear voices in their head, think people are reading their mind, and may think people are controlling their thoughts, amongst other things. According to the National Institute of Mental Health, 10 percent of people who have a first-degree relative with schizophrenia will also have the disorder. The causes of schizophrenia are still unknown and there are few treatment options available to those who have this severe, chronic disorder. The National Institute of Health recently recognized the work of two institutions studying schizophrenia, and awarded them each grants to continue their research of this disorder. One of these institutions is the world-class University of Maryland, Baltimore.Read More
With over 60 annual events at research universities every year, Biotechnology Calendar, Inc. is dedicated to connecting life science researchers with the tools and equipment they need to drive their projects forward and continue to increase our scientific knowledge base.Read More