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We are hiring an application specialist with a background in neuroscience

Join our team in helping neuroscience labs worldwide decipher the awake brain! We are looking for an enthusiastic and positive, but also flexible and autonomous team member. For more information on the application specialist position visit https://www.neurotar.com/company/jobs/

New website goes live on January 28, 2021

Welcome to the new and updated neurotar.com website! The main reason for updating the website was to add additional information for the labs looking into buying and using the Mobile HomeCage. Most of the new information was added under the “Support” menu and under “Customer portal”. Logging into the customer portal requires member status activation. […] Read more »

New webinar on studying spatial navigation and memory in awake head-fixed mice. February 18, 2021

Until recently, researchers interested in studying spatial navigation and memory in awake mice relied solely on a combination of an airlifted ball and virtual reality (VR). The Mobile HomeCage Large offers an alternative approach. It allows studying awake head-fixed mice while they navigate in real tangible mazes. In this webinar, Prof. Simon Schultz (Imperial College […] Read more »

Neuroscientist, join our sales and support team!

We may be biased, but we think that the Mobile HomeCage is currently the best solution for microscopic imaging and electrophysiological recordings in the brain and spinal cord of awake mice. More than a hundred labs all over the world are using our equipment, and there are many more who could benefit from it. We […] Read more »

Webinar on October 8, 2020. Studying epilepsy in awake mice

  Please join us for a webinar on “Studying epilepsy in awake head-fixed mice using microscopy, electrophysiology, and optogenetics.” The webinar goes live at 11 am EDT on October 8, 2020, and features presentations from Longjun Wu lab at Mayo Clinic, USA (presenter: Dr. Anthony Umpiere), and Rob Wykes lab at UCL, UK. The presenting […] Read more »

Webinar on June 30, 2020: fUS imaging in awake mice

The webinar featuring a new label-free neuroimaging modality, functional ultrasound (fUS) imaging, that penetrates through the entire mouse brain is now available on-demand: The Mobile HomeCage enables fUS imaging in awake mice, which is why we have paired up with Iconeus, the company behind the fUS imaging, to share the knowledge of this technology and […] Read more »

COVID-19 update: Neurotar fully operational and well-stocked

Although Finland has a low number of confirmed coronavirus cases and low mortality rates, our lives have also been affected by the pandemic. We are working with a reduced staff, mostly from home, but we remain fully operational. If you place an order, please let us know whether you want it shipped immediately, or whether […] Read more »

Canceled: Meet us at Bonn Brain-3 meeting on March 24-26, 2020

Meet us in Bonn, Germany, for the 6th International Bonn Brain3 Conference, from Cellular Diversity to Conlex Behavior in Health & Disease, where we are meeting old friends and hoping to make new contacts with neuroscience labs interested in combining high precision techniques with behavioral observation in awake mice. Want to schedule a demo or […] Read more »

Canceled: Stop by our FENS booth # 97 in Glasgow, UK, on July 11-15, 2020

The Mobile HomeCage story started at FENS 2014 in Milan, Italy. That year we showed the very first version of our solution for 2-photon imaging and electrophysiological recordings in awake behaving mice. Stop by our booth # 97 at FENS 2020 in Glasgow, UK, to see how we have developed the Mobile HomeCage for greater […] Read more »

Canceled: Neurotar visiting Mobile HomeCage user labs in Paris, mid-March 2020

In the middle of March, we are visiting several user labs in Paris and meeting new labs interested in using the Mobile HomeCage for 2-photon imaging and electrophysiological recordings in awake mice. Want to schedule a demo or join us during one of the lab visits? – Contact Viktoria.

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