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Appalachian Student Research Forum

Office of Research and Sponsored Programs

Vendors

Vendors

We are pleased to announce the following vendors exhibited at last year's Forum:

Argos Technologies.
www.argos-tech.com
Millipore Corporation *
www.millipore.com
Brady Americas
www.bradyid.com
Promega Corporation *
www.promega.com
Eppendorf NA
www.eppendorf.com
Shimadzu *
www.ssi.shimadzu.com/products/
Fisher Safety
www.fishersafety.com
Thermo Scientific
www.thermo.com
Fisher Scientific
www.fishersci.com
Thermo Fisher Scientific
www.fishersci.com
InterMetro Industries
www.metro.com
VWR International
www.vwr.com
Mediatech, Inc.
www.cellgro.com
Wheaton Science Products
www.wheaton.com

* Vendor will be presenting a technical seminar in room 230. See Vendor Show Flyer for topics and times.


Vendor Registration

On behalf of the Appalachian Student Research Forum Task Force, we would like to invite you to be part of a vendor exhibition to be held onApril 3, 2008, in conjunction with the Appalachian Student Research Forum.As you may know, the Forum is an annual event that provides undergraduates, graduate students, medical students, residents, and postdoctoral fellows an opportunity to present their research findings in a formal setting. The Forums vendor exhibition provides an excellent opportunity for company representatives to interface with ETSU researchers, mainly comprised of faculty, staff, and students, as well as local physicians.The Forum is also a regional event that attracts participants from other regional colleges and universities.We once again anticipate a large crowd as the event continues to gain popularity on a regional basis.

The Forum will be held at the Centre at Millennium Park, a state-of-the-art conference facility which is conveniently located across the street from the ETSU campus.Please consider attending the 2008 Forum to display your products and services.As in years past, tables will be available for the vendor exhibition portion of the Forum. Each table will cost $50.This registration fee also includes lunch and refreshments.

You can register for tables via our website by clicking on the link below.If you are unable to attend the Forum, we request that you consider a corporate contribution to support this worthwhile event.All corporate contributions will be listed on the Forum website, as well as in the program booklet.

If you have any questions or need further assistance, please contact the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs at . Many thanks for your consideration and support of this worthy event!

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