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#ALT# Benchtop Laboratory Equipment in the Life Science Market

An interview with Peter Will, Market Manager for OHAUS Laboratory conducted at Neuroscience 2019, discussing how OHAUS' laboratory solutions can benefit life science researchers.

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    KeysightUltra-Small Microelectrode Biosensors for Brain Injury Analysis
 
An interview from Stéphane Marinesco, Associate Professor at the Lyon Neuroscience Research Center in Inserm, discussing the development of ultra-small microelectrode biosensors for the analysis of traumatic brain injuries, without the risks of conventional microelectrode biosensors. Learn more at Pittcon 2020 in Chicago.
 
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    KeysightJoin Europe's Leading Brain and Spine Experts
 
The Neuro Convention will take place on March 17 & 18, 2020, at the NEC in Birmingham, UK. With over 150 seminars and 35 interactive workshops, the event will bring together leading experts in the field of neurology.
 
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 Advancing birth triggers an early start to neuron death, mice study shows
 
Advancing birth triggers an early start to neuron death, mice study showsMoving birth a day early triggers an early start to widespread neuron death, according to new research in mice published in eNeuro.
 
 
 Unique neuron that computes like a compass identified
 
Unique neuron that computes like a compass identifiedIt's 5 p.m. as you leave the parking garage at work, but you realize you have no idea which way to turn to travel home. You know where you are and what street your house is on--it's just that you can't remember how to get there.
 
 
 AI analysis of blood samples can predict progression of neurodegenerative disease
 
AI analysis of blood samples can predict progression of neurodegenerative diseaseEvaluating the effectiveness of therapies for neurodegenerative diseases is often difficult because each patient's progression is different.
 
 
 What are Neuronal Markers?
 
What are Neuronal Markers?Neurons are cells in the brain that govern signaling, and therefore are fundamental in sensory perception, emotional response, the regulation of bodily functions such as heart rate, digestion, and breathing, as well as higher-level cognitive processes such as language and reasoning.
 
 
 What are the Types of Neuroinflammation?
 
What are the Types of Neuroinflammation?Neuroinflammation refers to the process whereby the brain’s innate immune system is triggered following an inflammatory challenge.