During this virtual demonstration, Aurora Scientific will provide an overview of the typical applications, capabilities, and general use of the 220A Olfactometer and 200C miniPID in the field of olfaction.
Join Eilís Dowd, PhD who will highlight her lab's recent data demonstrating that dopaminergic cell replacement in the Parkinsonian rodent brain, using both fetal and induced stem cell-derived cells, is enhanced when the cells are transplanted in a neurotrophin-enriched collagen hydrogel.
Neurophysiology: Exploring Basic Research and Clinical Consequences - A webinar series covering fundamentals, late-breaking research, and novel discoveries in the field of neuroscience & related disease models.
InsideScientific recently interviewed Jose Gadea, VP of Sales and Marketing from Unified Information Devices, where he explained the company's approach to innovation and highlighted their RFID-enabled, Mouse Matrix system.
This episode of Share Science features Ellie Siebeneck, a recipient of one of the $5000 Scientist.com STEM Research NIL Scholarships. In this interview, we discuss some of her current research projects, and her love of mentoring up-and-coming researchers.
Early life trauma (ELT) has been identified as a risk factor for binge eating and obesity in adult life, but the neural mechanisms behind this phenomena have yet to be determined. In this blog post we discuss a recent publication from Shin et al., which delineates the circuitry of this ELT-induced maladaptive eating.
While air and noise pollution have been well documented independently, their combined effects are insufficiently discussed, until recently. In this blog post, we discuss a recent publication from Kuntic et al. on the combined and individual effects of these pollutants in mice.
Recently, Ito et al. sought to understand beat synchronization in rats and how it compares to humans, which has not been reported to date. In this blog post, we review their findings and how they contribute to our understanding of cross-species beat synchronization.
This episode of Share Science features Trent Lund from Stoelting Co., who shares some of Stoelting's latest developments such as the deceptively simple and surprisingly powerful ANY-maze, a behavioral tracking software!
Storing aversive memories is important to survival, but learned avoidance responses decrease over time without reinforcement. Since little is known about the mechanisms behind this process, Bengoetxea de Tena et al. evaluated how naive rats respond to a learning and memory task under fear conditions in a recently published study, which we review in this blog post.
Trent Lund shares the latest and greatest developments in the ANY-maze Operant Interface, and gives us insight on how Stoelting has created the most inclusive line of neuroscience equipment in the industry.
Trent Lund, PhD, and Flavia Teixeira Silva, PhD, provide an introduction to the ANY-maze Operant Interface as well as a demonstration of the capabilities of the system to perform behavioral experiments.