Noldus Information Technology opens an office in Latin America to visit and support customers more easily, understand the research needs better, and create partnerships in this area of the world!
The largest research grant ever given for neurodevelopmental conditions has been awarded by the Innovative Medicines Initiative to an international consortium academically led by the Institute of Psychiatry, Psychology & Neuroscience (IoPPN) at King’s College London. The project has 48 other partners in 14 countries, including Noldus Information Technology.
Three enthusiastic colleagues completed the JinShanLing Great Wall Marathon. As this marathon is known as one of the most challenging marathons on the planet, we're all very proud of Team Noldus. Congratulations!
In the recent years, we have been a partner of SMI and we have sold SMI eye tracking equipment as part of our integrated solutions.
Following recent re-shaping of SMI business in a changing market environment, SMI will be focusing on another significant project and so are phasing out the SMI product portfolio.
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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.
Santiago de Chile, Republic of Chile - Last week, trainers and engineers from Noldus travelled to Chile to install an extensive multi-modal stationary lab at the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile in Santiago de Chile.
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.
At the Neuroscience 2016 meeting, there were some mice and rats on the loose… visitors could collect 9 magnets at booths of a group of partners. Posting a picture of all magnets with the right hashtags earned participants a chance to win an iPad, and Morgan Coburn was the lucky winner!