This year at FENS we shall show a new Mobile HomeCage Large with tracking capabilities. It is a scale-up of the Mobile HomeCage model with built-in magnetic tracker that we showed last year at SfN. It took us half a year to get it right due to an extraordinary large sensor board that we had […] Read more »
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At the end of 2017, we have launched a new Mobile HomeCage with tracking capabilities. Read more about the tracking capabilities here or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Small items, such as head plates and carbon cages can now be purchased online using a credit card or a PayPal account. Items offered for sale in the web shop are shown with prices (ex-VAT); all other items have an offer request button displayed next to them. Welcome to our shop!
This year at the annual Society for Neuroscience meeting, we plan to show the tracker for the Mobile HomeCage and give you a first glimpse of our new Invigilo wide-field imaging system. See you at our booth 2327.
Join us during our presentation at the Nordic Life Science Days in Malmö-Copenhagen or schedule a meeting on any day during the conference.
Join us during the Blood-Brain Barrier Conference (part of World Preclinical Congress) in Boston on June 13-14, 2017, to hear Leonard Khiroug (CSO) speak about Longitudinal Studies of BBB, Cells and Organelles Using a Unique in vivo Microscopy Platform. Schedule a meeting with Leo.
Neurotar’s Leonard Khirug shall attend the Neurotech Investing and Partnering conference in San Francisco and linger in the area to meet with customers and partners. Leo will then head to the East Coast (Boston area) for the second week of June. Please contact Leo directly if you would like to schedule a meeting.
At the end of May 2017 we shall attend the 11th Canadian Neuroscience Meeting in Montreal. This is our first visit to Canada – we look forward to meeting the Canadian labs looking for innovative solutions enabling microscopic imaging and electrophysiology in awake, behaving rodents. Visit our booth #21 to see the latest versions of […] Read more »
World Precision Instruments‘ team has kindly invited us to join their booth during French Neuroscience Society meeting in Bordeaux. We look forward to meeting many French labs looking for innovative solutions enabling microscopic imaging and electrophysiology in awake and behaving rodents.