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Neuromarketing in food retailing and more!

11 July 2017

FOODCOST consortium successfully completes project

In the last week of June the FOODCOST consortium organized its final summer school at the University of Miguel Hernández in Orihuela, Spain. The consortium, consisting of nine partners from eight EU countries, proudly presented its four books which are the outcome of the 3-year project. The FOODCOST project has been co-funded by the “Food Quality and Consumer Studies” Erasmus+ program of the European Union. 

The Myers Neuro-Behavioral Core Facility adds ErasmusLadder to their portfolio

19 January 2017

  

The Myers Neuro-Behavioral Core Facility (Tel Aviv, Israel), recently purchased an ErasmusLadder for their growing motor section of the facility. “We hope that it will add some information on cerebellar functioning in several disorders that are routinely researched at the facility, such as ataxia, Huntington’s disease, and Traumatic brain injury”, says Lior Bikoveski, the manager of the Core Facility.  

Researchers at all 25 of the world’s top 25 universities use Noldus tools and solutions to advance their research

19 December 2016


The annual QS World University Rankings highlights 900+ of the top universities in the world. We are proud and honored to read that researchers at all 25 of the world’s top 25 universities use Noldus tools and solutions to advance their research.

More than 25 years ago, Dr. Lucas Noldus began developing tools that could automate research for his fellow behavioral researchers. And look at where we stand now. Over 8500 organizations (universities, companies, research facilities, etc.) use our software tools and/or fully integrated Noldus solutions to gather better data.

Cerebellum dependent motor coordination test using ErasmusLadder in Journal of Neuroscience

7 December 2016

Last week, Seungmin Ha from the Department of Biological Sciences, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology and Dongwon Lee from the Center for Synaptic Brain Dysfunctions, Institute for Basic Science, Korea, together with other colleagues published their work in the Journal of Neuroscience.