NeuroNexus, Cambridge NeuroTech and The Allen Institute will offer demos, presentations of the MPM System at Neuroscience 2017
Victor, NY – Nov. 2, 2017 – New Scale Technologies’ Multi-Probe Micromanipulator (MPM) system will be featured by several of the company’s partners at Neuroscience 2017, November 11-15 in Washington, DC.
NeuroNexus – Booth #2234
NeuroNexus, the company’s newest MPM System distributor led by internationally recognized expert in neurotechnology and biomedical engineering Dr. Daryl R. Kipke, has added the precision multi-probe micro-manipulator to its line of high-value neural interface technology, components, systems, and software. NeuroNexus will demonstrate the MPM System in Booth #2234, using it to position three NeuroNexus A32 silicon neural probes. Product demonstrations in the NeuroNexus booth are planned for Sunday, Nov. 12 at 4 pm and Monday, Nov. 13 at 10 am.
Cambridge NeuroTech – Booth #835
Cambridge NeuroTech, a biotechnology firm led by experienced neuroscientist Dr. Tahl Holtzman, will answer questions about the MPM System and explain how it facilitates recording with Cambridge NeuroTech’s Acute Probes.
The Allen Institute for Brain Science – Poster Session 490.14 / CC31
A team led by Dr. Josh Siegle, a primary contributor to the MPM System development, will present a poster session entitled “Measuring cellular-level interactions across multiple areas in mouse visual cortex using parallel silicon probe recordings.” The session includes a description of how the researchers used the MPM System to align up to six 384-channel Neuropixels probes to area maps. Poster Session 490.14 / CC31 takes place Tuesday, Nov. 14 from 9 am to 10 am.
For more information
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