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.

Croton Media chooses FaceReader

8 July 2016

Noldus is proud to provide the Data Centre of Croton Media, Shanghai, China with the analysis tools they need. With FaceReader™, the professional facial expression analysis tool, Croton Media aims to analyze the viewers emotions. FaceReader is capable to capture facial expressions automatically. The Data Centre creates trailers of films and TV series for companies.

Best demonstration showcase: 'Integrated eye tracking & behavioral coding'

1 June 2016

Dr. Richard Lilley from Tracksys Ltd, the Noldus distributor in the United Kingdom and Ireland, demonstrated to the attendees of Measuring Behavior 2016, in Dublin, Ireland, the wireless integration features of The Observer XT using SMI’s Eye Tracking Glasses 2 Wireless (ETG 2w). The jury awarded this showcase with the first prize because of its high market potential and widespread usefulness!

Noldus and Maze Engineers collaborate for high quality neuroscientific research solutions

18 February 2016

This week the official documents were signed and Noldus is proud to have a new partner: Maze Engineers. Founded in 2012 and based in the United States, this company is dedicated to transform the convenience and scope of neurobehavioral testing by providing state-of-the-art mazes. Combined with Noldus’ premiere video tracking software EthoVision XT, this opens up great opportunities for neuroscientists. 

Noldus and Sylics combine forces for automated behavioral screening

21 October 2015

Wageningen, The Netherlands - Noldus Information Technology recently signed a strategic partnership agreement with Sylics, a contract research organization based in Amsterdam, The Netherlands. With both companies providing innovative solutions for preclinical neuroscience, this partnership opens up new opportunities for integrated and automated behavioral screening for scientists worldwide.