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Upcoming Webinar

This week, for our TJIFriday webinar, the topic is the brand new Neurolucida® 360 feature: Subvolume Tool.

Join MBF Labs Analyst, TJ Tetreault, to a get an overview of this feature as well as examples of practical use in combination with other tools. Whether your images contain structures that are dense and complex, sparse and vast, or anything in between, the Subvolume feature will be a very helpful tool to add to your toolbox. Bring your questions and join the discussion.

When: Friday, December 4th | 11:00AM - 11:30AM EST

Interested, but can’t attend the live session? Register below, and you’ll be sent a link to the session recording post event, as well as be alerted for additional TJIFriday events.

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Webinar: Performing Brain-Wide Measurements and Mapping them NeuroInfo and BrainMaker

 

November 16th, 2020

Join Dr. Nathan O'Connor for a webinar on performing standardized and reproducible brain-wide measurements with Dr. Charles Gerfen. We will discuss how NeuroInfo® and BrainMaker® can perform brain measurements and map them to a standardized atlas coordinate system enabling systematic comparison of experimental results across animals, cohorts, and experimental conditions.

 

Neurolucida® 360  

Automatic 3D Neuron Reconstruction and Quantitative Analysis

Neurolucida 360 version 2020 includes many new and improved capabilities designed to both speed up your research and provide novel tools for discovery. This release contains significant enhancements, including intelligent image handling of big data and machine learning. Our continuous process of making software improvements, combined with our rigorous quality control processes, help ensure that MBF software is state-of-the-art, robust and reliable.

The NIH Showcases MBF Bioscience Successes

We are proud to be included among the 50 innovative companies across the US who are named by the NIH as Small Business Success Stories. As a multiple-time recipient of Small Business Innovation Research (SBIR) grant awards, MBF Bioscience owes deep gratitude to the NIH. Since our founding in 1987, our team has taken pride in our drive and devotion to continually advancing our products and providing cutting-edge technology to researchers in over 1,500 labs in 44 countries. Achievements like this make the effort truly worthwhile. Thank you to the NIH for listing MBF Bioscience as one of your 50 Small Business Success Stories.  

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