Monday, May 20 2013 2:00 PM EDT2013-05-20 18:00:22 GMT
The Burlington Police Department released security information for the KeyBank Vermont City Marathon Monday. A press release says various law enforcement from multiple agencies at the federal, state,More >>
The Burlington Police Department released security information for the KeyBank Vermont City Marathon Monday.More >>
Monday, May 20 2013 1:27 PM EDT2013-05-20 17:27:55 GMT
Green Mountain Power and NRG Residential Solar Solutions have signed an agreement to pilot a central solar lease program in Rutland, Vt.A press release says the agreement includes the development ofMore >>
Green Mountain Power and NRG Residential Solar Solutions have signed an agreement to pilot a central solar lease program in Rutland, Vt.More >>
Monday, May 20 2013 12:47 PM EDT2013-05-20 16:47:31 GMT
Williston Police arrested a man they say attempted to cash a stolen check last week at Key Bank in Williston, Vt.Police say Patrick Blodgett, 25, of Orange, Vt., cashed or attempted to cash stolen checksMore >>
Williston Police arrested a man they say attempted to cash a stolen check last week at Key Bank in Williston, Vt.More >>
Monday, May 20 2013 12:00 PM EDT2013-05-20 16:00:45 GMT
Last week, police responded to two separate complaints of strange acting raccoons in the town of Hanover, N.H.Police say both raccoons tested positive for rabies. Both of the raccoons had come in contactMore >>
Last week, police responded to two separate complaints of strange acting raccoons in the town of Hanover, N.H.More >>
Monday, May 20 2013 11:25 AM EDT2013-05-20 15:25:45 GMT
The 26th annual Joe's Pond Ice Out contest has wrapped up and the winner has collected his cash. Gary Clark of Barre, Vt. won the contest. The ice gave way at 8:46 a.m. on April 26th, just two minutesMore >>
The 26th annual Joe's Pond Ice Out contest has wrapped up and the winner has collected his cash.More >>
Monday, May 20 2013 10:23 AM EDT2013-05-20 14:23:02 GMT
Upgrading to more energy efficient appliances and don't know what to do with your old ones? One group has the perfect solution and it comes with a couple of perks for you! Starting Thursday, "EfficiencyMore >>
Upgrading to more energy efficient appliances and don't know what to do with your old ones. One group has the perfect solution and it comes with a couple of perks for you!More >>
Monday, May 20 2013 9:59 AM EDT2013-05-20 13:59:23 GMT
A South Burlington student is being honored for his work. Neel Desai is a senior. He started a non-profit organization that provides free classes in basic computer skills to residents in the community.More >>
A South Burlington student is being honored for his work.More >>
Monday, May 20 2013 8:53 AM EDT2013-05-20 12:53:49 GMT
Police say they caught the person who stole a school bus from the Newport City Elementary School and crashed the bus in Holland, Vt. Friday.22-year-old Adam Page, of Newport, Vt., is facing various charges.More >>
Police say they caught the person who stole a school bus from the Newport City Elementary School and crashed the bus in Holland, Vt. Friday.More >>
Monday, May 20 2013 8:15 AM EDT2013-05-20 12:15:54 GMT
Police have released the name of the passenger who was killed in a crash on Vermont Route 122 in Lyndon, Vt. Saturday.Police say the passenger was Eleanor Machell, 85, of Lyndonville, Vt.The driver, 76-year-oldMore >>
Police have released the name of the passenger who was killed in a crash on Vermont Route 122 in Lyndon, Vt. Saturday.More >>
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This report provides an overview of the life sciences research tools market from 2006 to 2016. Life sciences research tools companies offer instruments, reagents and services to scientists in academic, BioPharma and applied market laboratories. Top vendors include Agilent, Bio-Rad, EMD Millipore, Life Technologies (Invitrogen / Applied Biosystems), Roche, Sigma-Aldrich and Thermo Fisher; smaller emerging players are highlighted as well (e.g., genomics players [Fluidigm, Raindance, Oxford Nanopore, NABSys, GnuBio]). Segmenting the market by technology, we estimate that the life science research tools market reached $37.4B in 2011, and is expected to grow -4% p.a. in the next 5 years.
Many reports on individual technologies report bullish growth rates of 5%-20% for Academic, BioPharma and Applied market customers (and excluding in vitro diagnostics). While our analysis confirms that applied market might experience double digit growth for many technologies, current market size estimates for these customers do not support an overall market growth of 10% for the overall life science research tools sector. This is especially true in light of the current global economic slowdown (including in India and China) and continued sovereign-debt crisis in Europe. A review of public fillings and guidance from the top players in this space -as well as an analysis of the funding reality in Academia and BioPharma- confirms this outlook.
This report evaluates which technologies are expected to capture and loose market share in this mid-single digit growth rate market. In this second edition, we updated our analysis to reflect the most current market sales and trends in 5 broad segments:
1) Pure genomics technologies: qPCR, next generation sequencing (NGS) / third generation sequencing (3GS), microarrays, PCR, CE sequencing, molecular biology tools, digital PCR;
2) Pure proteomics technologies: protein isolation and analysis, ELISA, protein production, western blots and protein microarrays;
3) Cell biology technologies: discovery services, basic cell biology reagents, flow cytometry, transfection and electroporation, media and sera, microscopy, cell culture equipment, whole cell analysis, cells and tissues, high content imaging;
4) Other analytical technologies: liquid chromatography, mass spectroscopy, structural analysis methods, in vivo study, spectroscopy, multiplex technologies, label free technologies;
5) Other supplies and technologies: lab supplies and disposables, glassware, automation, sample preparation, LIMS, magnetic beads. For each of these 35 subsegments, we present an analysis detailing sales of instruments and reagents for 2006, 2011 and 2016.
In addition, we detail market drivers and moderators, market trends, a high level end-customer breakdown (Academic, BioPharma and Applied markets customers) and key competitors. Many of these technologies are increasingly used for clinical diagnostics purposes. Therefore, we briefly cover the size, growth and trends of the in vitro diagnostics and molecular diagnostics markets. All data are based on manufacturer sales as publically reported and interviews with life sciences experts in academic, BioPharma and applied market laboratories.