Lab supply and equipment vendors: do you want to make the most of your marketing time and dollars by exhibiting at the best life science events?Read More
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Saving money is at the forefront of everyone’s minds these days. Biotech and lab supply vendors can save time and money by Biotechnology Calendar, Inc. events. By registering for the following events 3 months in advance, you will save money and ensure that you are included in our all of marketing efforts for each event you purchase.
These BioResearch Product Faire™ Events are still in early registration pricing for a limited time:
Expiring (tomorrow) 6/3/2015:
University of Oregon, Eugene Event – 9/1/2015
Oregon State University, Corvallis Event – 9/2/2015
Oregon Health and Science University Event – 9/3/2015
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Running has been associated with cardiovascular health and overall physical fitness for decades. Most people know that running can help you lose weight, boost your mood and strengthen your joints, but there is now growing evidence that physical exercise and sensory processing are tightly linked in the brain. Researchers at the University of Oregon, Eugene studied the brainstem circuit in mice while they were running to discover that active movement increases visual perception in mice nearly twofold.
The Collaborative Life Science Building & Skourtes Tower is a unique project opening in June 2014 to bring together Oregon Health & Science University, Oregon State University and Portland State University in one location to benefit all of Oregon.
A recent Pike study predicts rapid growth for the green chemistry industry. What was a $2.8 billion industry in 2011 is expected to become a $100 billion industry by 2020. The report looked into three major segments of the market: “waste minimization in conventional synthetic chemical processes, green replacements for conventional chemical products, and the use of renewable feedstocks to produce chemicals and materials with smaller environmental footprints than those produced by current processes.”
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For lab suppliers intent on connecting with the top research markets in their North West Territories, take note: there are only four spaces left at two or our three events at the fall 2013 Oregon life science product shows.
The beginning of the 2013 year at Biotechnology Calendar, Inc. is rapidly approaching, and already, 10 of our locations have fewer than 10 exhibit spaces left. Unfortunately, our event at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill has already sold out.