We shall exhibit the Mobile HomeCage at the 5th Cambridge Neuroscience Symposium – Imaging the Nervous System on September 9-10, 2015. Talk to our scientists to learn how you can use the device for in vivo two-photon imaging and patch clamp recordings.
The 3rd Europeann Neurotech Investing and Partnering Summit will meet at Kempinski hotel in Geneva on Septermber 9-10, 2015. Neurotar’s CSO, Leonard Khirug, will join the panel on “Frontiers in Neurotechnology” on September 9th at 11:30 am. Contact Leo directly to schedule a meeting at the venue in advance.
During this seminar at UC Davis’ School of Veterinary Medicine, Neurotar’s Leonard Khiroug (CSO), will speak on “In vivo Microscopy of Fine Morphological Alterations during Brain Injury and Recovery” and show how the Mobile HomeCage can be used for imaging and electrophysiological recordings in awake and behaving mice and rats. Join us at 11 AM on […] Read more »
Neurotar’s distribution partner, Neuroscience Inc., will show the Mobile HomeCage at the 38th Annual Meeting of the Japan Neuroscience Society held at the Kobe International Conference Center on July 28-31, 2015. Feel free to stop by at Neuroscience Inc. stand or contact them to schedule a meeting.
Rochester, New York, Boston, Washington DC. We are happy to meet with you in one of these locations. Or shall we add another stop? For scheduling, please contact Klaus Kurki.
In mid-June 2015, our sales team shall visit the Imperial College London (15.-16.6), Universities of Bristol and Cardiff (17.6.), University of Oxford (18.6.) and attend UCL Neuroscience Symposium on the 19.6. Join us any day you like! Contact Klaus Kurki for scheduling. If you cannot meet with us in June, we shall be back for […] Read more »
Neurotar team shall visit several NIH and academic labs in Maryland on June 3-5 and travel to the Blood-Brain Barrier Conference in Boston, MA on June 8-12, 2015. Contact us to schedule a meeting or a Mobile HomeCage demo in Maryland or Massachusetts.
Visit our booth # 26 to see the Mobile HomeCage and learn how you can use it for in vivo two-photon imaging and electrophysiological tests in awake freely moving mice. This year’s French Neuroscience Society meeting will take place in Montpellier. See you there!
Neurotar team members will show the Mobile HomeCage and explain how to use it for in vivo imaging and electrophysiological experiments. Workshop at ICM (Brain & Spine) Institute starts at 1 pm. Refreshments will be served. For further details, please contact Neurotar’s sales manager, Klaus Kurki.
Neurotar’s team will showcase the Mobile HomeCage at the Festival of Neuroscience on April 12-15, 2015. We hope to meet researchers interested in setting up experiments in awake and freely moving rodents or improving their current set-ups. We also hope to meet local distributors interested in adding our innovative new device to their offering.