The BioResearch Product Faire™ Event at
University of Chicago, Illinois
September 27, 2017 from 10:00 - 2:30
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.
"Very friendly and accommodating staff. Love the location of the vendor show, it's so nice to have natural lights coming in. It is always nice for us to have the opportunity to visit with current customers and meet new ones. Thanks for having us!" - K. U., Exhibitor, University of Chicago 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.
"Biotech Calendar shows is a sure way to meet customers and showcase our company's products. In the antibody industry it is important to have opportunities such as table top shows to introduce our company to the research community. Keeping customers abreast of current product offerings and promotions is essential to be competitive in this industry." - S. C., Exhibitor, University of Chicago BCI event
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