Two years ago, we have launched the Mobile HomeCage at the Federation of European Neuroscience Societies (FENS) meeting in Milan, Italy. This year, we will show a new and improved model of the Mobile HomeCage alongside the Mobile HomeCage Large device and several new accessories. Come and see how far we have come! More importantly – learn how far you can go using our instruments for imaging and electrophysiology in awake and behaving animals! FENS 2016. Copenhagen. Booth # 79.
Neurotar’s poster (P062, July 5, 2016, 9:30-13:00) entitled “Chronic sub-anesthetic ketamine stimulates formation of cortical dendritic spines in awake mice imaged longitudinally in the Mobile HomeCage” features results of a joint R&D project with a pharma customer.