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Manually observing chickens in barns is a tedious job to which ultra-wideband tracking offers a solution. But does it interfere with normal behavior?
In her study, Leonie Visser focuses on one of the possible mechanisms that may underlie limited information recall in patients: the relationship between emotional stress and memory performance.
Researchers at KU Leuven want to gain more insight into whether or not there are differences in the implicit abilities of children with ASD to detect faces, different identities, and different expressions.
Noldus is excited to be exhibiting at the Annual International Meeting on Simulation in Healthcare, Los Angeles, CA, USA. Join us there and come and find out what we have to offer for your research!
Come visit us at Insight Innovation Europe 2018 to learn more about behavioral research tools and services! We look forward to meeting you in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
Zebrafish are still gaining popularity as lab animals - embryos, larvae, and adults. At Noldus we have a wide range of tools for all kinds of behavioral tests for these striped little fish. From software to measure activity, heartbeat, and flow in embryos and larvae, to video tracking the movement of adults in several learning, anxiety, or social behavior paradigms. Now all shown on our new website!
Data integration facilitates the study of emotions! Watch this video to hear how Jean-Marc Diverrez of b<>com, Institute of Research and Technology, France talks about data integration and measuring emotions.
Perform superior behavior recording and analysis by using The Observer XT to keep all your data in sync. More than 20,000 professionals around the world are using The Observer XT for advancing their research. Are you next?
Automatically and non-invasively investigate motor learning and performance in mice with ErasmusLadder. It is especially interesting for researchers that study the cerebellum, cerebellar disorders, and ataxia (e.g. Parkinson’s models). In addition is has been proven useful in mouse models of autism.