Thomas RECORDING will
exhibit during FENS 2020
Thomas RECORDING GmbH will exhibit at booth #88 during FENS Forum 2020 in Glasgow, UK. On this page Thomas RECORDING will present general information about the meeting and about the TREC exhibition.
- July 11 – July 15, 2020 in Glasgow (United Kingdom)
- Venue: Scottish Event Campus
- Meet around 6000 international participants
- Exhibitors from all over the world
The FENS Forum is the biannual meeting of the Federation of European Neuroscience Societys. The FENS represents over 24.000 European neuroscientists and is dedicated to improve neuroscience research and education in Europe.
Please visit the official FENS Forum 2020 website for more detailed information about transport and accommodation.
Thomas RECORDING will exhibit at booth #88 during the FENS 2020. At the booth we will present new developed products, as well as proven systems. Our experienced team is looking forward to find a technical solution for your individual scientific project.
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To get an impression of neuroscience products made in Germany click here to get an overview.
History of Thomas RECORDING GmbH
Thomas RECORDING was founded in 1989 by Uwe Thomas, and is the sole manufacturer and distributor of the complete range of equipment utilized for the Reitboeck and Eckhorn methods of multiple microelectrode recordings in the brain. These systems were developed in close cooperation with the department of Applied Physics & Neurophysics at the University of Marburg, Germany, where these methods have been used exclusively for 25 years in the laboratories of Professor Reinhard Eckhorn and Professor Reitboeck. Since becoming commercially available, our systems are also being used by an increasing number of leading U.S., Japanese and European neurophysiological research laboratories.
For example, we fitted out the laboratory of the Nobel Prize winner Professor Torsten Wiesel in New York with our Eckhorn multielectrode-system, the new laboratory of Professor Nikos Logothetis at the Max-Planck-Institute for biological Cybernetics in Tübingen, Germany, and the laboratories of Prof. Dr. Vernon B. Mountcastle at the Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, U.S.A.
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