Scientists often claim to be rational in their purchase decisions and consider only price, availability or quality. But for more than 20 years we at BioInformatics LLC have argued that brand awareness, perceptions and loyalty have a very influential role in scientists’ decisions about which instruments and consumables they will purchase for their labs.

In our most recent report we explore the market for Clustered Regularly Interspaced Short Palindromic Repeats, or more popularly “CRISPR”, is a simple yet powerful genome editing technique that has recently taken the scientific community by storm. When coupled with the Cas9 protein, the technology allows for specific changes (addition, modification and deletions) to be […]

The 2017 Market for NGS Informatics: Probing the Commercial Landscape is designed to help companies navigate the crowded market for products and services that support Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) data analysis and storage. Scientists face many challenges when choosing a solution: it is often difficult to determine the significance of results, the storage space needed […]

According to China’s FDA (CFDA), the State Council issued two five-year plans on food and drug safety earlier this year that will impact analytical instrument manufacturers. In regards to food safety, violation laws and quality standards will be much stricter, with over 300 national standards for consumer foods, agricultural products and pesticides to be issued […]

Since 2015, BioInformatics LLC has been collecting valuable end-user data on the markets for Real-Time PCR, Cell-Based Assays and CRISPR/Cas9 Products & Services. While companies often measure brand performance overall, it is important to remember that perceptions of your brand can vary widely across different market segments. We have just published a complimentary report comparing […]

“A word about scientists. I want to emphasize at the outset that, contrary to popular belief, scientists are not detached observers of nature and the facts they discover are not simply inherent in the natural phenomena they observe. Scientists construct facts by constantly making decisions about what they will consider significant, what experiments they should […]