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BioInformatics Reports on Capitalizing on New Opportunities for Stem Cell Products

09-Apr-2009

BioInformatics, LLC announced the release of its newest report, Capitalizing on New Opportunities for Stem Cell Products. As a result of the March 9, 2009 reversal of the 2001 restrictions on federal funding of human embryonic stem cell research, suppliers of stem cell related products are in ...

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Sigma-Aldrich Recognized by BioInformatics, LLC as Having the Most Useful and Easiest to Use Online and Print Catalogs

15-May-2008

Sigma-Aldrich announced that BioInformatics, LLC, reports that the Company's online product catalog is considered by scientists to be "most useful" and "easiest to use". "Our catalog team represents the long-term commitment of some of our most experienced scientists and talented publication ...

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BioInformatics, LLC Assesses Effective Strategies for Print and Online Catalogs

12-Mar-2008

According to new research from BioInformatics, LLC the print and online catalogs from Sigma-Aldrich are seen by life scientists as being the "most useful" and "easiest to use." However, in ranking the "most visually appealing" catalogs, Invitrogen ranked tops for online catalog and New England ...

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Wave I of Life Science Social Media Research finds that Social Media Channels are a Significant Untapped Opportunity

10-Mar-2008

PJA Advertising + Marketing and BioInformatics, LLC announced the complete results of their first social media study among life scientists. The survey, fielded by The Science Advisory Board and co-sponsored by BioInformatics, LLC and PJA Advertising + Marketing, found that 77 percent of life ...

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Scientists Using Social Media to Inform Lab Purchasing Decisions

30-Nov-2007

Life scientists are highly engaged users of a variety of social media, according to preliminary results of a worldwide study of more than 1,500 scientists released today by BioInformatics, LLC. The survey, co-sponsored by BioInformatics, LLC and PJA Advertising + Marketing found that 77 percent ...

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BioInformatics LLC Publishes Study of Preferred Cell Biology Brands

26-Oct-2007

BioInformatics, LLC released its latest research report: "Brand Positioning: Cell Biology Kits & Reagents." The report is the first in a series of six focused on brand positioning in various life science product categories. "In the cell biology space, we found Sigma-Aldrich and Qiagen to be the ...

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Online Sales of Life Science Products Continue to Grow

07-Jun-2007

A new study by BioInformatics, LLC projects that 34% of products purchased by life scientists this year will be ordered online. Projected growth rates for online spending vary widely depending upon the product category but custom products, biologicals, research/specialty kits, and ...

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Life Scientists Embrace New Media

05-Feb-2007

Life scientists rely on the Internet when conducting their research. A new study shows that they are increasingly turning to new digital information sources to find the products used in their labs. On average, respondents use four to five eMarketing channels to find information on ...

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Market Opportunities Abound for Life Science Suppliers in Multi-Billion Dollar U.S. Market for Biodefense Research

19-Oct-2006

U.S. homeland security-related R&D is expected to total $5.2 billion in FY 2007. However, a recent study found that despite the massive spending in this market, the unavailability of some critical research resources has been a limitation in the development of new prophylactics, diagnostics, and ...

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The Science Advisory Board report shows increase in usage of key protein research techniques

24-Aug-2006

The utilization of protein research techniques such as ELISA and Western blot, by drug discovery researchers, have increased from 45 to 59 percent and from 46 to 58 percent respectively from 2002 to 2006. "The increased utilization of these two techniques over the past four years is perhaps due ...

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