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Rodent social behavior is important in research on neuropsychiatric disorders, but major limitations hamper progress.
Worm infections can cause cognitive problems. But it’s unclear if it affects learning, memory, or both.
How often do medical professionals use humor during the interaction with patients? After all, such positive interactions help build a relationship, establish trust, and support the exchange of relevant information.
Come visit us at the 11th European Conference of the Association for Consumer Research to learn more about behavioral research tools and services!
The ICIS celebrates its 40th anniversary, and Noldus will be part of that party! Join us to celebrate and visit booth H, where our representatives Hans and Marisa will tell you more about our innovative tools and solutions.
Come visit us at the 11th FENS Forum of Neuroscience to learn more about behavioral research tools and services! We look forward to meeting you in Berlin, Germany.
Are you a communicative and independent travel enthusiastic? Does helping customers (on location) seem like a nice challenge and would you like to work for an informal company where people count? Then maybe this position is the new challenge you are looking for!
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!
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.