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Successful satellite symposium during Neuroscience 2010

23 November 2010

Wageningen, 23 November 2010 – On 16 November,  Noldus organized another successful satellite symposium during Neuroscience 2010 in San Diego. Titled “Fear Conditioning & Other Ways to Measure Immediate Defensive Behaviors to Averse Events in Rodents”, this symposium featured four renowned scientists who presented their work and discussed recent advances and discoveries, and the challenges that still lie ahead.

Successful 7th edition of Measuring Behavior conference

7 September 2010

Measuring Behavior 2010 was successfully held in Eindhoven, The Netherlands from 24 – 27 August 2010. Almost 400 delegates from 34 countries assembled at the High Tech Campus Eindhoven for the 7th international conference on methods and techniques in behavioral research. Together they enjoyed four intense days packed with inspiring keynote lectures, and 200 presentations in symposia, full paper and poster sessions, tutorials, and workshops. Demonstration showcases, two scientific tours to innovative labs, and pleasant social events in the city completed the conference program.

Noldus announces The Observer XT 10 release

20 April 2010

Wageningen, The Netherlands — Researchers from different disciplines can now combine data from a wide range of measurement systems with observational data in the today released The Observer® XT 10, the latest in behavioral research software. A large number of researchers, active in both animal and human observational research, consider The Observer XT the gold-standard of software for the collection, analysis, and presentation of observational data.

Noldus launches Russian website

12 April 2010

Noldus is proud to announce the Russian version of the Noldus.com website. This website will serve as an important information source for the Russian speaking community. Accurate information on all Noldus solutions and products is now available at the press of a button. The website also provides information on conferences in Russia and the most up-to-date information about product releases, and recent developments in behavioral research.

Three-day course in methods for studying animal behavior in Beijing filled to capacity

16 March 2010

With 60 participants attending last December’s course in animal behavior in Beijing, the interest was even greater than the organizers had hoped. People travelled from as far away as Hong Kong to attend this 3-day course. The participants were also very happy with it, with many giving it an above-average rating and not a single person giving it a poor rating. The content was a mixture of theory and hands-on. It covered the use of a wide variety of tools for measuring behavior including both manual and automatic ways to measure behavior.