Science Market Update

Biomedical Research Finds Potential Diabetes Cure

Posted by BCI Staff on Mon, Nov 14, 2011

November is Diabetes Awarness Month and November 14th is World Diabetes Day. With that we would like to feature Harvard Medical School's Dr. Denise Faustman, who has been awarded the 2011 George and Judith Goldman Angel Award for her biomedical research on a cure for Type 1 diabetes.

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Tags: biomedical research, Northeast, 2012, Boston, BioResearch Product Faire Event, MA, Harvard, Harvard Medical School, National, 2011

Research Funding Trends: Translational Research, Public-Private Partnerships, and Research Parks

Posted by BCI Staff on Wed, Nov 09, 2011

We’ve noticed a trend in public/private alliances and an increase in translational research facilities being built at university medical school campuses.  Specifically, we've written about these innovative research funding trends in this blog series:

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Tags: Midwest, Translational Research, University of Wisconsin Madison, biotech industry, National

Laboratory Equipment Supplier Thermo Fisher Gives to Developing Labs

Posted by BCI Staff on Fri, Oct 07, 2011

The laboratory equipment supplier Thermo Fisher Scientific has donated their first piece of equipment to the nonprofit Seeding Labs. This admirable nonprofit provides labs in developing countries with much needed lab supplies and professional training.

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Tags: biotech industry, Laboratory Equipment Supplier, National

Universities Research ROI of Geo-Social Networking Tools on Campus

Posted by BCI Staff on Fri, Aug 26, 2011

Once upon a time
realizing university officials really wanted to know where students were congregating and what they were doing together had an ominous ring, but that's all changed in the super-connected, GPS-tracked world of today's social media.  Internet connectivity no longer means checking in from the vague no-man's-land of cyberspace: with the smartphones almost everyone now has (at least the Gen Y set), you are constantly locatable in real space through the geo-locator technology built into your phone.  This geo-social component of social networking offers new possibilities for interacting with places as well as people, and leaving a market-opportunity-rich breadcrumb trail while you're at it.  

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Tags: vendor shows, Event, industry news, National, marketing, iPhone app

Federal Research Funding Data Revamp Leads to more Accessible "R&D Dashboard"

Posted by BCI Staff on Thu, Aug 18, 2011

     The Office of Science and Technology Policy (OSTP) and the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) has recently announced the reformation of the federal Research & Development expenditure website to make data more transparent and easy to navigate. This new online tool now allows the public to monitor national progress in technology and research innovation.

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Tags: Research Funding, NIH, NSF, National

Sustainable Research Laboratories: A Short List of the Three Basics

Posted by BCI Staff on Fri, Aug 12, 2011

In a recent flux of research laboratory constructs, a majority of the 21st century designs and new facilities fall under the sustainable category. But what makes a laboratory, or any other building, sustainable?sustainable research

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Tags: Northeast, Sustainable Architecture, research laboratories, National

Green Development and Its Role in Modern Architecture

Posted by BCI Staff on Fri, Jul 15, 2011

         Green architecture is widely endorsed within the fields of residential, commercial businesses, community centers, and educational/research oriented buildings. One particular firm, HDR, Inc, has embraced the challenge of incorporating the needs of the global populations with the necessities of sustaining the environment in which these facilities are to be erected.

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Tags: Northwest, Sustainable Architecture, National, HDR

Embryonic Stem Cell Research Funding Allowed by Courts.

Posted by BCI Staff on Thu, May 12, 2011

A recent ruling by a federal appeals court will allow the Obama Administration to continue funding embryonic stem cell research. The ruling reversed a previous injunction by a district court judge which would have frozen federal funding for stem cell science research. This new ruling ends months of uncertainty for numerous scientists who rely on federal funding for their stem cell research.

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Tags: Stem cell research, NIH, National

NIH Life Science and Bioscience Funding Spared in 2011 Budget Deal

Posted by BCI Staff on Thu, May 05, 2011

Despite fears of massive cuts to vital Life Science and Bioscience research funding, the National Institutes of Health emerged relatively unscathed from the recent budget negotiations on Capitol Hill.

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Tags: NIH, industry news, National

Biotechnology Research Funding increased with 2012 Budget

Posted by BCI Staff on Wed, May 04, 2011

Despite calls to for massive cuts in the federal science funding budget, President Obama has remained committed to an increase in new biotechnology research funding for federal institutions such as the NIH, NSF, CDC, and FDA.

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Tags: 2012, Research Funding, NIH, National

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