News & Events

We will be at Slush on November 18-19, 2014 (Helsinki)

Unfortunately, Slush overlaps with this year’s Society for Neuroscience meeting in Washington DC.  Nevertheless, either Katja Karelina (CEO) or Leonard Khiroug (CSO) will attend the Finnish investor conference.  We are also happy to set up alternative meeting dates. If you are in Helsinki after Slush and want to visit us, please let us know.

Meet us at SfN 2014, November 15-19, Washington, DC, USA (booth 2410)

At this year’s Society for Neuroscience Annual meeting, we shall show our new and improved Mobile HomeCage device. Come to see it, talk to the scientists who use the device in their research, and learn about the new features and functionalities that our developers have in store.

Neurotar’s Mobile HomeCage video wins the first prize at FENS 2014 in Milan

The video contest winner was announced on July 5th, 2014: . Mobile HomeCage video was submitted by Neurotar’s collaborator from the University of Helsinki, Mikhail Kislin.  Mikhail was among the first users of Neurotar’s proprietary device that enables imaging and electrophysiology in awake and behaving mice.  At FENS, the device has generated significant interest […] Read more »

Meet us at AAIC in Copenhagen on July 12-17, 2014

Neurotar’s CSO, Leonard Khirug, shall attend this year’s Alzheimer’s Association’s International Conference in Copenhagen.  Please contact Leo to schedule a meeting.

Next stop – FENS 2014 in Milan, Italy (July 5-9). Booth #7

At FENS (Federation of Neuroscience Societies) meeting in Milan, Neurotar will feature its proprietary Mobile HomeCage, a device for imaging and electrophysiological recordings in the brain of awake and freely moving animals.  Visit our booth # 7 to see the Mobile HomeCage in action and to meet the scientists who used it in their research. […] Read more »

Neurotar is awarded Young Innovative Company grant by TEKES

Each year the Finnish Agency for Technology and Innovation (TEKES) supports internationalization efforts of the most promising Finnish start-ups with prestigious Young Innovative Company grants.  Total grant financing available over the course of 2-3 years is 1 MEUR/per company.  Neurotar is proud to have been admitted into the program on April 16, 2014.  

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