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The Noldus SfN 2023 recap

A quick recap of our SfN 2023. What were some common trends? And what did our trusted customer base most commonly ask for? Find out this and more in this blog!
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Neuroscience conferences you should visit in 2024

Conferences are a great way to connect and learn. Here you can find a list of our favorite neuroscience conferences taking place in 2024.
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What can you expect from Noldus at SfN 2023?

Whether you are or aren't going to Neuroscience 2023, we would love to give you a sneak preview of our latest innovations!
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The impact of handling technique on rodent welfare and scientific accuracy

Proper handling technique is essential in not only ensuring welfare, but also for reliable results. Check out this blog to learn more about how to handle rodents in an experimental setting!
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Noldus top tips! Our latest must-read animal blogs

Dive into our latest collection of top behavioral research blogs! Discover fascinating studies and learn how Noldus tools can advance your research.
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A plant-based treatment for Alzheimer's disease?

Researchers are constantly looking for new ways to treat Alzheimer's disease. Can Dioscin, a plant-based steroid, decrease the symptoms in mice?
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Extracellular vesicles from umbilical cords improve traumatic spinal cord injury

Spinal cord injury is crippling and hard to treat. Secondary injury caused by inflammation and scarring significantly impact motor function and locomotion. Extracellular vesicles can improve recovery.
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Suture anchors for rotator cuff injuries: a new animal model

Almost half of the people over the age of 60 have a rotator cuff tear in the shoulder. Research is aimed at improving surgical techniques, but techniques used in animal models differ from those applied on humans.
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What you need to know about the CatWalk gait analysis method

Let's take a little step back and talk about the history and technology of the CatWalk system. What was the reason of creating this gait analysis system for rats and mice? How does it work?