A complete, cost-effective, high performance instrument for neurophysiology and experimental control, designed to replace or supplement rack-mounted workstations. Now with a completely revamped probe-centric software interface.
In collaboration with Rogue Research, NeuroNexus is hosting a primate-focused workshop in Montreal, Canada, on June 8-9 2016. Observation is free, and you may reserve a supervised, hands-on in vivo surgery with the Matrix Array or Vector Array for $3,500.
NeuroNexus is offering a hands-on in vivo surgical training workshop in Montreal in collaboration with Rogue Research. Observation is free, and a brain hemisphere in a macaque may be reserved for surgery for $3,500. Free housing is available. Attendance must be confirmed by May 27, 2016. Learn more and register here.
Dr. Andre Snellings demonstrates the new V2 software in detail. Watch the webinar to see how the seamless probe-centric software interface can help you effectively manage an experiment.
The webinar covers:
Learn about what other researchers are doing with NeuroNexus probes.