We are proud to announce that Quartet™ was judged one of the top ten best microscopy innovations in the 2018 Microscopy Today Innovation Award Competition.
Team of Dr. Shreesh Mysore from John-Hopkins University
Congratulations to the winners of the Quartet™ competition:
for their proposal to study midbrain and forebrain circuits underlying attention control using Quartet™ coupled with optogenetic stimulation.
Team of Dr. Miyabi Tanaka from UCLA
for their proposal to use Quartet™ , in addition to electrophysiology, to monitor neurons in both the brain and the spinal cord for understanding the epileptic network.
The Neurescence team is excited to work with the winning teams to bring us a step closer to understanding the Central Nervous System.
These groups will receive a 40% discount on their purchase of Quartet™ and their first 20 lens-connector probes. This package includes the full fluorescence microscope system with four probes and data collection software, in addition to 2 days of training in their lab.
San Diego Convention Center
November 4 - 7, 10 A.M to 5 P.M
visit us at Neuroscience 2018
Booth # 701
Simultaneous Multiple Region Calcium Imaging (SMRCI) In Freely Behaving Rodents