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BioResearch Product Faire™ Event at
The University of Chicago

Expand Your Visibility with Active UChicago Researchers.

The University of Chicago is a hub for new life science research and contributions to the medical and science communities. In 2016, the NIH awarded these researchers $162,879,932 in funding for such projects.


Key Stats:


  • 2016 Life Science R&D Expenditures: 47th Ranked = $270,358,000.
  • UChicago received $100 million from the Duchossois family to establish a new research institute to study the human immune system, microbiome and genetics. 
  • Ludwig Cancer Research gifted $90 million to the University of Chicago for research on cancer metastasis.

  • The University of Chicago received a $10.6 million, five-year award to establish a new research center to develop unprecedented technologies that can decode RNA modifications, the next layer of gene expression control. 

  • A five year, $6.25 million NIH grant will be shared among Chicago researchers, including those at the University of Chicago and Northwestern University, to establish a new HIV research center.


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Expand Your Influence at the Upcoming Chicago Event

Last year, the BioResearch Product Faire Event at UChicago attracted 198 attendees, of which 56 were professors, post docs and purchasing agents.  Of the total attendees 27 were lab managers. These attendees came from 20 different research buildings and 25 on-campus departments.


Do you want to target a market that has less competition, strong funding, and easy access to researchers who are actively searching for new products? 


If so, join us at the upcoming University of Chicago BioResearch Product Faire event. 

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"I have attended the product show 9/21/2016 and it was so helpful for me to identify new products that might help me in my research being a postdoctoral scholar in Ben May department." - M. E., University of Chicago BCI event

"This technology show was good for us. Even when we feel before coming that we really have a need, we can see improvement to what instrumentation we have and potential for what we can do." - M. T., University of Chicago BCI event

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