Boston, MA (PRWEB) June 12, 2013
BMI Surplus, Inc, top seller of used scientific equipment, announces their ongoing partnerships with Universities and Colleges – allowing them to extend their research money during the recent “sequester”.
The "sequester" was another package of spending cuts imposed this last March which has not only dramatically impacted the US scientific community, but the research funding budgets of Colleges and Universities. BMI Surplus partners with University research and lab facilities providing a cost-saving solution.
“US government spending on scientific research is to experience another 7% reduction this year,” states Robert Brams, President of BMI Surplus. “With over 31,000 items in stock, BMI Surplus’ used scientific equipment and lab equipment is clearly a cost-saving resource for Universities and Colleges.”
University Professors experiencing budget crunches, are turning to BMI Surplus for high quality used scientific test equipment, used optical tables, vacuum chambers, and more - to equip and tool their research labs.
“…As University tooling and equipment budgets nationally have shrunk over the past several years, departments like mine have to search for creative solutions to our tooling needs. BMI has become an important partner in our tooling and equipment goals. We hope to continue our relationship with BMI in the future,” states John Mulligan, Lecturer and Technical Director at Tufts University.
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About BMI Surplus, Inc.
Founded by Robert Brams, BMI Surplus Inc. has been a premier seller of surplus and used scientific and test equipment for over 27 years e
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