• Washington, DC | Neuroscience 2017

    November 11-15, 2017

From November 11th through November 15th, more than 30,000 people from over 80 countries will meet at the annual Society for Neuroscience meeting in Washington, D.C. This event is the world’s largest neuroscience conference for scientists and physicians devoted to understanding the brain and nervous system.

In our NEW booth (#1223 and #1229), we will demonstrate the latest solutions for animal and human behavior research and discuss options to accelerate and improve your research.
We would love for you to stop by and say hi!

Don’t know Noldus yet? Watch this video to meet Dr. Lucas Noldus, Managing Director. He’ll also attend Neuroscience 2017 in Washington, D.C.

Meet the trainer!

Are you looking for a little extra help with your EthoVision XT software? Would you like refresher training on how to use EthoVision XT with the Elevated Plus Maze, Radial Arm Maze, Forced Swim Test, or any other behavioral task?
Do you have questions about how to get the most out of your CatWalk XT system or any other Noldus solution?

We’ve invited Dr. Matt Feltenstein, our highly skilled trainer to join us in our booth to offer a series of help sessions and mini-trainings to our users.
Interested? E-mail Yvonne@noldus.com with your questions and we will schedule a time with Dr. Matt to sit down with you. But don’t delay – slots are filling up fast!!


Let's talk video tracking

If you know Noldus, you probably know EthoVision XT: our premier video tracking software. The new EthoVision XT allows you to annotate any behavior you’d like with the fully functional, built-in Manual Event Recorder. You can even use scored events for trail and hardware control! Of course we can tell you all about it at neuroscience conference meetings, but if you can't wait, start browsing at  www.noldus.com/ethovision.

Learn More!


Tracking in 3D

EthoVision XT is at the base of many of our solutions. For tracking in 3D for example, ideal when tracking fish and you just need more detail on movement patterns than you can get in 2D. Of course this also works for insects. The basic idea is that you combine two tracks made with EthoVision XT in Track3D for 3D visualization and analysis. Sounds very simple, but of course you need careful calibration. How to achieve this, you ask? Contact us for more in-depth explanation or educate yourself at www.noldus.com/track3D.

Instrumented (home) cage observations

EthoVision XT is also at the base of PhenoTyper. This is an instrumented cage available in two sizes and many different set-ups. Choose the four wall to accommodate just what you need in your study: a running wheel, feeding monitor, shelter, levers for operant conditioning, etc. The Top unit has lights and a camera build-in and can be suited with optogenetics. Whatever you need. Discuss the options at our booth this year, or learn more at www.noldus.com/phenotyper.

Zebrafish behavior research

EthoVision XT is also the ideal tool to track zebrafish behavior and movement. Adult tracking can take place in tanks or mazes, or track larvae in a controlled environment with DanioVision (also powered by EthoVision XT, of course).  We recently added a number of add-ons for DanioVision, such as the Toplight UnitOptogenetics Add-on, and the Tapping Device. Come see it in action at the next neuroscience meeting.
DanioVision offers a controlled environment for testing zebrafish larvae (and other small organisms).  Investigating zebrafish embryo or larvae in more detail? Need to monitor tail coilings, heartbeat, blood flow, and morphology? Check out DanioScope

Gait and locomotion

Accurately detecting differences in locomotor function is important for the assessment of many conditions that affect the central nervous system, peripheral nervous system, and the skeletal structures or muscles. We offer advanced tools for the assessment of gait, locomotion, and motor learning in mouse and rat models: CatWalk XT and ErasmusLadder. 

ErasmusLadder® is a fully automated system that tests and challenges motor performance and motor learning abilities in mice. It is thus ideally suited for the rapid screening for cerebellar phenotypes. 
CatWalk™ XT gait analysis has been validated in research and experimental procedures for several (neurological) disorders and lesions. Examples include spinal cord injury and other nerve injuries, neuropathic pain, arthritis, stroke, Parkinson’s, Cerebellar ataxia, traumatic brain injury,  peripheral nerve damage, and more.

Behavioral observations

For more in-depth behavioral studies, The Observer XT offers a great platform. From ethogram to analysis, this software does it all. Interesting in analyzing vocalizations? Take a look at UltraVox XT, the affordable and easy-to-use system for the recording and analysis of ultrasonic vocalizations in rodents and other animals.