Surrounded by wheat fields blown about in the Northwest American breeze, Washington State University, Pullman is a scenic destination as well as a promising marketplace for companies working to market lab products and increase lab sales. Biotechnology Calendar, Inc.'s annual life science marketing event within the $476 million marketplace at WSU Pullman is enjoyable for lab supply sales representatives and researchers alike. Well attended by highly funded life science professionals, the BioResearch Product Faire™ Event at Washington State University benefits sales representatives with Biotechnology Calendar, Inc.’s longstanding university connections and over twenty years of experience organizing superior life science vendor shows.
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Lab suppliers working to meet researchers and sell lab equipment in Washington may want to take note of the upcoming Pullman BioResearch Product Faire™ Event at Washington State University, Pullman. Biotechnology Calendar, Inc. is hosting the Pullman BioResearch Product Faire™ Event on October 22nd, 2013. Last year, 222 people attended the Pullman BioResearch Product Faire™ Event. Of the attendees, 42 were purchasing agents, professors and post docs, and 18 were lab managers. The visitors came from 25 different research buildings and 41 departments around campus. How many hours of canvassing the Washington State University campus would it take to meet so many potential leads? Biotechnology Calendar, Inc. life science marketing events allow you to meet researchers in just a few hours.
After the United States invested $14.5 billion in the Human Genome Project, the work has paid off with a $966 billion economic impact on the country and $59 billion in federal tax revenue. According to The News Journal, dozens of companies have used the information discovered in the project to develop new diagnostic tests and medicines based on gene variants connected to certain diseases. The Human Genome Project has triggered a “new era” in the life sciences, said Greg Lucier, CEO of Life Technologies Corp.
Biotechnology Calendar, Inc. invites science researchers and lab suppliers in the state of Washington to attend our annual Pullman BioResearch Product Faire™ Event at Washington State University, Pullman this October 22, 2013. Biotechnology Calendar, Inc. trade shows are an easy way to generate scientific product sales leads, and our life science sales and marketing events are a great way to get the word out on new university lab products.
Attention Life Science Exhibitors, you have three chances to visit one of our upcoming shows in the State of Washington. Washington is an important state for research and a large grant market for laboratory supply companies between Washington State, Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, and the University of Washington, Seattle.
Never underestimate the value of veterinary science in the life science research marketplace. You know this, of course, but sometimes it’s worth repeating. We recently published a blog on Washington State Universities vet med school, but the highlight of that article was not the research the CVM (College of Veterinary Medicine) is doing at WSU, but the role they play in life science research on the Pullman campus.
The entire School of Molecular Biosciences and the Center for Reproductive Biology are doing their research under the auspices of the CVM. That means the departments of: Biochemistry and Biophysics, Genetics and Cell Biology, and Microbiology, are all within the School of Molecular Biosciences, which is a branch of the CVM. Read more in our recent article about WSU:
At our event on the Pullman campus, all 7 buildings, multiple schools, departments, and areas in vet med at WSU are invited to attend, and do come. Last year we had 222 researchers actively participate in finding the newest and best laboratory supplies and equipment in the industry. There is still time for you to meet with these scientists on October 23, 2012.
Discoveries are being made in Washington's research laboratories that have potential to greatly improve the quality and length of lives throughout the world and Biotechnology Calendar takes pride in knowing that our events are one of the forces that drives this research forward.