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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.  


Key Stats:


  • 2018 Total R&D Expenditures: $423,993,000
  • 2018 Life Science R&D Expenditures: $274,000,000
  • Ranked 55th in Life Science R&D Expenditures
  • 2020 Total NIH funding: $246,330,700
  • The UChicago-affiliated Argonne National Laboratory broke ground in 2020 on an $815M upgrade to the Advanced Photon Source: a stadium-sized X-ray microscope. The upgrades will include replacing the electron storage ring in the facility with a magnetic lattice system that will increase X-ray brightness by up to 500 times, as well as a new experiment hall.  Construction is expected to be completed in 2023. 
  • The University of Chicago Medicine Comprehensive Cancer Center received a $5M support grant from the National Cancer Institute in 2020.  The Center has received over $118M in funding since 2015.
  • The University of Chacago Institute for Translational Medicine received a $8.8M support grant from the NIH in 2020.  The Institute has received over $27M in funding since 2017.

  • The University of Chicago received a two-year, $20M contract in 2020 from the NIH to create a new center that will help in the fight against COVID-19, by curating a database of medical images and enabling AI-driven research. 
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Expand Your Influence at the Upcoming Chicago Event

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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