Arlington, VA (PRWEB) September 26, 2013
Lab Budgets in 2014: The Market Outlook for the United States, Europe and Asia (13-008) will explore projected 2014 lab budgets by region and the implications of these findings for the life science tools market in the coming year. In this Q4 multi-sponsor report, we will provide an in-depth exploration of anticipated lab spend for the year 2014. This primary and secondary research will enable suppliers to forecast demand, allocate resources and respond appropriately to the economies of a global market.
BioInformatics LLC will host a webcast on two dates to discuss the scope of the report and the economic landscape around which the report is framed. The dates and times are as follows:
Tuesday, October 1, 1PM EDT
Wednesday, October 2, 10AM EDT
"Life science research is weathering an economically challenging time, exacerbated by the federal budget sequestration in the United States and by continued austerity in Europe," says Robin Rothrock, Ph.D., Director of Publications at BioInformatics LLC. "By contrast, developing nations in Asia—China in particular—are making significant investments in higher education, with a focus on science and technology, including biotechnology. Our 2013 studies suggest that average laboratory budgets in Asia are larger than those in the United States and Europe."
To learn more about Lab Budgets in 2014: The Market Outlook for the United States, Europe and Asia (13-008), a complimentary prospectus is available at:
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