Science Market Update

Wisconsin: Meet Top-Funded Researchers

Posted by BCI Staff on Wed, Apr 08, 2020

Would You Like to Meet Top-Funded Researchers at the University of Wisconsin, Madison?

Come to the BioResearch Product FaireTM at UW-Madison this Fall. Network with top researchers and make valuable connections at this highly ranked research university. 

Connect in person with one of the most important research communities in the country, on September 3, 2020, or ask about our new virtual trade shows to connect with this same audience.  

Get More Info About The UW Madison Event

 

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Key Stats:

Total R&D Expenditures: $1,193,413,00

Ranked 6th in Total R&D Expenditures

Life Science R&D Expenditures: $707,668,000 

Total NIH funding: $320,220,010

  • UW received $6.2 million from NIH in 2019 to develop therapeutic countermeasures against antimicrobial-resistant infections.
  • The Madison College of Engineering at UW Madison received $9.3 million in NIH funding for their nuclear research program.
  • UW Madison researchers have been awarded $9.3 million from the DOD to develop goggles that stimulate neural activity in the brain and neck.

Demonstrate Your Research Products at this Wisconsin Event

Last year, the BioResearch Product Faire™ Event at the University of Wisconsin attracted 258 attendees. Of these attendees, 63 were purchasing agents, professors and post docs, and 35 were lab managers. These attendees came from 47 different research buildings and 60 on-campus departments.

 

Network with, and showcase your products to, active researchers at the University of Wisconsin by joining us at our upcoming BioResearch Product Faire™ Event at UWisc.

 

Join us September 3, 2020

The 21st Annual University of Wisconsin, Madison BioResearch Product FaireTM

 

 

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   The University of Wisconsin, Madison is one of the top 10 R&D institutions ranked by the NSF.    

 

   $37 million in upgrades to the IceCube Neutrino Laboratory in conjunction with the National Cancer Institute.  

 

   UW received $6.2 million from NIH in 2019 to develop therapeutic countermeasures against antimicrobial-resistant infections.

  

   The Madison College of Engineering at UW Madison received $9.3 million in NIH funding for their nuclear research program.

  

   UW Madison researchers have been awarded $9.3 million from the DOD to develop goggles that stimulate neural activity in the brain and neck.

 

 

Contact us to learn how you can save $250 and take advantage of our early registration pricing.

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