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Event Overview:

The Annual Meeting is held each year in February or March. With over 7,000 attendees, the meeting is the largest gathering of biophysicists around the world. Over 4,000 abstracts are submitted each year, which are programmed into poster and platform sessions.

The meeting includes symposia, workshops, platform sessions, subgroup programs, and the National Lecture, as well as educational exhibits, exhibitor presentations, career-related programs, and committee events.

Exhibitor Information:

The Annual Meeting is the largest educational and networking event for those involved in the interdisciplinary field of biophysics. Our global audience attends to pursue the latest in scientific knowledge and learn about  cutting-edge technology.

The Biophysical Society offers exhibit space for the purpose of providing members, and others in the scientific community, access to the products and services they require to continue their important research. The nearly 7,000 attendees are eager to learn how your products and services contribute to  their work.

Why Exhibit?

Exhibitor Benefits

As a Biophysical Society Annual Meeting Exhibitor you have the advantage of interacting with a year's worth of interdisciplinary customers in a few days.

BPS will provide you with a comprehensive platform that helps your company:

Reach a new segment of the scientific market you haven't targeted
Engage face to face with new prospects and build relationships with purchasing influencers from industry
Showcase your latest product by holding a 90-minute exhibitor presentation
Be in the mix of high volume traffic that surrounds the hall on three sides, creating traffic flow throughout the hall
Generate profitable sales leads
Build, establish, reposition your brand/ products
Gain a competitive edge
Leverage on-site opportunities
Reach a year's worth of interdisciplinary customers in a few day

We Bring Attendees to You

In order for you, the exhibitor, to have access to as many attendees as possible, we have designed the Exhibit Hall and planned activities to create optimal booth traffic.

However, what our exhibitors appreciate the most is that our scientific sessions close the day after the Exhibit Hall, so attendees are still actively engaged on the last day of exhibits.  

If your customers are working in these research areas, you can’t afford to miss this opportunity!

Cancer & Disease Research
Cardiac Muscle Research
Cardiovascular Medicine
Cell Biology
Cell Mechanics & Motility
Cell Physiology
Computational Methods
DNA & RNA Structure & Function
Imaging & Optical Microscopy
Membrane Protein Structure & Function
Membrane Structure & Dynamics
Molecular Biology
Molecular Dynamics
Muscle Function
Pharmacology & Drug Discovery
Protein Folding & Unfolding
Protein Interactions
Protein Structure & Dynamics
Single Molecule Techniques
Structural Biology
Systems Biology

About The Biophysical Society:

The Biophysical Society was founded in 1958 to encourage development and dissemination of knowledge in biophysics. It does so through its many programs, including its meetings, publications, and committee outreach activities. The Society's members, now over 9,000, work in academia, industry, and in government agencies throughout the world.

Don't wait to register for the Biophysical Society 61st Annual Meeting. You'll meet influential people and maximize your opportunities for success. Start now by accessing the information below.

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Conference/Event Dates: 02/11/2017 - 02/15/2017
Classification: B2B
Primary Industry: Sciences
Other Industries: Associations: Trade / Professional, Business, Medical Physics, Professional Healthcare, Sciences
Estimated Attendance: 7,100
Audience: Annual Meeting attendees include Researchers in the following areas:
Cardiac Muscle Research & Electrophysiology
Cell Biology
Cell Mechanics & Motility
Cell Physiology
Computational Biology & Chemistry
DNA & RNA Structures
Drug Discovery
Fluorescence and Spectroscopy
Imaging and Optical Microscopy
Materials Science
Membrane Physical Chemistry
Membrane Protein Structure & Function
Membrane Structures
Molecular Biology
Protein Dynamics
Protein Interactions
Protein Structure
Single Molecule Techniques
Structural Biology
Systems Biology
Venue: New Orleans Ernest N. Morial Convention Center
Venue Phone: (504) 582-3000
Venue Type: Indoor - Convention Center
Number of Exhibitors:150+ (2016) (Previous Year)
Show Owner:Biophysical Society
Show Manager:Biophysical Society
Sponsorship: Yes
Sponsorship Details: Enhance your company's marketing presence at the Biophysical Annual Meeting by becoming a sponsor.

The Biophysical Society will recognize sponsors throughout the year leading up to the Annual Meeting. Promotional exposure includes prominent placement of your logo on the Annual Meeting homepage, in our monthly newsletter, the Program Guide (deadline dates apply) and signage throughout the Convention Center. Additional visibility is available related to the sponsorship purchased.

Booth Size Booth Cost   Available Amenities
10' x 10' $2,200   Electricity: Yes - Unknown Price
10' x 10' Corner $2,550 / Prices are subject to change.   Water: n/a
  Generator: n/a
  Marketing Vehicles Allowed: Yes
Other Booth Sizes Available: n/a

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2016 Floorplan & Exhibitor List:

2015 Floorplan & Exhibitor List:


Past Exhibitors:

89 North

A-M Systems

AAT Bioquest, Inc.

ACS Publications

Advansta, Inc.

Affymetrix, Inc.

Agilent Technologies

AIP Publishing

ALA Scientific Instruments, Inc.

Alembic Instruments, Inc.

Alomone Labs Ltd.

Alpha MED Scientific, Inc.

American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

American Society for Cell Biology

Anasys Instruments


Andor Technology

Anton Paar USA

Apogee Image Systems, Inc.

Applied Photophysics Ltd.

Applied Precision, Inc.

ASI/Applied Scientific Instrumentation

Asylum Research, an Oxford Instruments Company

Aurora Scientific, Inc.

AutoMate Scientific

Avalance Biotech

Avanti Polar Lipids, Inc.

Aviv Biomedical, Inc.

Aviva Biosciences Corp.

Axiogenesis AG

Azure Biosystems

B&W Tek, Inc.

BaySpec, Inc.

B-Bridge International

Bio Techniques

BioCAT, Illinois Institute of Technology

Biochemical Journal/Biochemical Society

Biolin Scientific, Inc.


Bio-Logic USA

BioNavis Ltd.


Biosearch Technologies, Inc.

BioMed Central

BioVision Technologies, Inc.

Bitplane, Inc.

Boston Electronics Corporation

BrainBits, LLC


Brookhaven Instruments Corporation

Bruker BioSpin, EPR Division’s

Bruker Corp.

Caisson Laboratories

Cambridge Electronic Design Ltd.

Cambridge University Press

Carl Zeiss Microscopy, LLC


Cell MicroControls

Cell Press

Cellectricon, Inc.

ChanTest Corporation

Chroma Technology Corporation

Cobolt AB

Cooke Corporation

CRC Press/Taylor & Francis Group

Cubist Pharmaceuticals

Cytocentrics GmbH


CVI Melles Griot


Dynamic Biosensors

Ecocyte Bioscience

eDAQ, Inc.

Elliot Scientific Ltd.

Edinburgh Instruments

Electron Microscopy Sciences

Embi Tec

Emerald Bio

Energetiq Technology, Inc.

EPI Technology

Extrel CMS

F1000 Research

FEI Company

Femtonics Ltd.

Fianium, Inc.

Finger Lakes Instrumentation

Flow Jo

Fluxion Biosciences

flyion GmbH

Fondazione Instituto Italiano di Tecnologia

ForteBio - A Division of Pall Life Sciences

Garland Science

Gatan, Inc.

GE Healthcare

Gene Tools, LLC

GenScript USA, Inc.

Getson & Schatz PC

Haison Technology, Inc.

Hamamatsu Corporation

Hecus X-Ray Systems

HEKA Elektronik

Hellma USA

Hitachi High Technologies America

HORIBA Scientific

Human Frontier Science Program (HFSP)

HUYGENS Scientific Volume Imaging

ICx Technologies

IDEX Optics & Photonics

IonOptix, LLC

Ionovation GmbH

IOP Publishing

ISS, Inc.

Jackson ImmunoReseach Labs


Joint School of Nanoscience and


Journal of General Physiology


JPK Instruments

KinTek Corporation


La Vision Bio Tec GmbH

Laboratory for Fluorescence


Lasos Lasertecknik Gmbh

Lafayette-Campden Neuroscience

Leica Microsystems

LOT- Quantum Design

Ludl Electronic Products Ltd.

Luigs & Neumann Gmbh

Lumin Dynamics

Mad City Labs, Inc.

Malvern Instruments

Market Tech, Inc.

MedChem 101

Media Cybernetics

Micro Photonics, Inc.


MicroSurfaces, Inc.

Mightex Systems

Minus K Technology, Inc.

Molecular Devices, LLC

Multi Channel Systems

Myotronic UG

Nanion Technologies

NanoandMore USA, Inc.

NanoTemper Technologies, Inc.

Nanonics Imaging Ltd.

Nanosurf, Inc.

Narishige International USA, Inc.


National Science Foundation

NeoBiosystems, Inc.

Neuroscience Tools

Newport Corporation

Nikon Instruments, Inc.

NKT Photonics

npi electronic

nPoint, Inc.

Nuvu Cameras

Olis, Inc.

Olympus America, Inc.

On the Avenue Marketing

One World Lab

Optical Building Blocks Corporation


Origin Lab Corporation

Pacer Scientific

Park Systems, Inc.


Peptides International




Photon Control, Inc.

Photon Technology International, Inc.

Photonics Media

Physics Today - AIP

PI (Physik Instrumente) LP

PicoQuant Photonics

Piezosystem Jena



Precision Plastic, Inc.

Princeton Instruments


Quantum Northwest

Rainin Instrument, LLC

Rapp OptoElectronic GmbH



RedShirt Imaging

Reichert Technologies

Research Institute of Biomolecular


Rockefeller University Press

Royal Society Publishing

RPMC Lasers, Inc.

Sapidyne Instruments

Scientifica Ltd


SDx Tethered Membranes

Seahorse Bioscience

Semrock, Inc.


SensiQ Technologies, Inc.

Sierra Sensors GmbH

Siskiyou Corporation

Sophion Bioscience


Stanford Photonics, Inc.

Strain Measurement Devices, Inc.

Sutter Instrument Company

Sysmex Corporation

TA Instruments

Technical Manufacturing Company

TgK Scientific Ltd.

The New York Times Newspaper

The Physiological Society

The Royal Society of Chemistry

Thermo Scientific

Thomas Reuters EndNote

Thorlabs, Inc.

TILL Photonics


Tokai Hit Co., Ltd.

US Department of Energy


Vari Group

Varian, Inc.

VisiTech International

Vutara, Inc.

Warner Instruments

Wasatch Microfluidics, Inc.


World Precision Instruments, Inc.

Wyatt Technology Corporation


Exhibit & Sponsorship Contacts:

Dorothy Chaconas, CMP

Director of Meetings & Exhibits
Phone: 240-290-5605

Namita Gautam

Sales and Exhibits Manager
Phone: 240-290-5609

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