The BioResearch Product Faire™ Event at
The Thomas Jefferson University
May 11, 2018
Attendance is free for science professionals. To register, simply fill out the form on left.
Find new lab products, improved analytical equipment, and learn about new research techniques.
Our life science biotechnology events boast a wide range of relevant and high quality vendors to ensure that you find the products you need to meet your research goals. At this event, you and your colleagues will find industry professionals and the newest lab technology available.
Network with other researchers and outside science professionals.
Lab supply companies are a strong resource for new and improved methods and protocols using their products. While you may use a technique a few times and struggle with the particulars of a specific product, the companies that produce them have entire teams dedicated to problem solving. You can save time and money by connecting with the product experts trained by their companies to answer your questions.
"I came for the free samples, food and time away from lab for a bit. I never expected to find so many related products that were of great interest to my research. I walked away with great ideas and very excited to figure out new ways to answer important questions." - C. R., Thomas Jefferson University BCI event
Getting out of the lab and away from the bench can give you a fresh perspective on your research challenges. Enjoy our high quality catered buffet, and learn about the latest developments in research science products and methods. Our tradeshows are relaxing, enjoyable and educational.
"It was a chance occurrence for me to come to this event and I am so glad I did! Even though I do not have an influence in ordering at my current lab, it was really cool to see the process my PI would have to go through. I was able to ask the vendors questions and walked away with knowledge I am able to discuss with my lab. This was worth the time to see what's new and improved in the science community" - S. R., Thomas Jefferson University BCI event
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