Once again, our team did a phenomenal job setting up our booth at the Society for Neuroscience Annual Meeting. We’ve got five full computer microscopy systems running the latest releases of Neurolucida®, Stereo Investigator®, and Densita®, as well as several new products including AutoSpine™ for automatically detecting and quantifying dendritic spines, WormLab™ for tracking and analyzing C. elegans, and Biolucida®Cloud for organizing, accessing, and sharing microscopy images.
This year we’re presenting three posters. On Tuesday, November 15, Dr. Susan Hendricks presents “A system for automated acquisition and analysis of freely moving C. elegans” at 9 a.m., Dr. Julie Simpson presents “You can do real neuroscience on the iPad: An app for stereological cell counting” also at 9 a.m., and Dr. Daniel Peruzzi presents “Automated cell detection in virtual slides of whole brain sections using a multi-scale Laplacian of Gaussian filter” at 10 a.m.
Come visit us at booth 1437, at the intersection of the main aisle and the poster aisle for customized demonstrations of all of our products, ask us any questions, or simply stop by to say “hello.” One of our favorite things about the SfN annual meeting is seeing so many of our customers in person.