Cambridge Neuroscience Seminar 2022 - New Horizons

Scientifica is an exhibitor at CNS 2022.

The 32nd Cambridge Neuroscience Seminar, 'New Horizons', is being held at Fitzwilliam College in Cambridge, on the 29th September 2022. The 6 interdisciplinary cross-cutting themes which will be introduced at CNS2022 across 18 short talks are as follows:

  1. Neuronal Circuits and Networks
  2. Adaptive Brain Computations
  3. Beyond the Neurone: glia, vascular and immune cells
  4. Lifelong Brain Development
  5. Social Behaviour and Communication
  6. Brains and Machines


Date: 29th September 2022

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Location: Cambridge, UK

Visit our booth

Come and discuss your research goals with us at our booth! Jeroen Kole, Senior Product Specialist, will be demoing one of our globally trusted, fully integrated, SliceScope Pro systems. These allow you to confidently control your electrophysiology experiments.

About Jeroen Kole (Senior Product Specialist)

Jeroen looks after all accounts in Germany, the Netherlands and Cambridge (UK). He has extensive experience in microscopy. He has worked as a Microscope Facility Technician at the VU Medical Center (Amsterdam), and later joined the company (Amsterdam). Besides taking good care of his customers, Jeroen likes the outdoors and hiking.

Jeroen Kole (he/him) / Senior Product Specialist
Jeroen Kole (he/him) / Senior Product Specialist

We look forward to seeing you there

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Banner credit: Cambridge Neuroscience

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