The past year we’ve attended a lot of events, released many products, and worked together with great scientists. We look back at a fantastic year and will continue this positive flow in 2017.
As a research tool manufacturer, we try to listen carefully to the scientific community when we create and refine our software and instruments.
Of course we want to make the best products, and we also want you to actually buy and use them. However, I am not in the research and development department, nor am I a sales person. I just like finding out and writing about research.
So for me this Neuroscience meeting is, like last year, a great way to discover what the neuroscience community is up to.
One of the things I admire about many labs is the desire to want to investigate something, and then the creativity to collect and even create what they need for their study.
November 13, 2016 - San Diego, CA, United States - Reading about and hearing stories from colleagues may get you an impression of how things run at the annual meeting of the Society for Neuroscience. Walking the exhibit grounds in person give you a whole other point of view. This year's 46th edition of Neuroscience marks my first visit to the biggest conference our company attends every year.
This year the Society for Neuroscience annual conference returns to sunny San Diego in southern California. As usual, the 46th edition of the Annual Meeting is packed with the latest on neuroscience research, job and business opportunities, and hot topics in scientific publishing, public education, tools, & techniques.
Why should you attend this year’s Neuroscience conference? Let me give you 6 reasons!
Coming up: consumer behavior research conference in Berlin
What is bringing consumer scientists from the US to Berlin this month? Is it Brexit? Is it the urge to investigate the differences between Spanish male and Dutch female online buying behaviors? Or is it because consumer scientists would like to investigate advertisement strategies in Italy and Sweden?
Next week the 7th International Conference on Applied Human Factors and Ergonomics will kick off. It is always great to use the summer season to meet other researchers, walk along the poster boards, discuss and exchange ideas about new applications, and view the latest tools and solutions for research. AHFE facilitates it all: keynote presentation, parallel sessions, demonstration and poster sessions, tutorials, exhibitions, and meetings of special interest groups.
Every year thousands of meetings and conferences are organized worldwide. Needless to say it’s easy to overlook the best conferences you should attend. To make things easy for you we've sorted out some of the best consumer behavior conferences to attend this year.
Coming back from my first Measuring Behavior (MB) conference, a number of colleagues asked me how it was - did I enjoy myself, and would I write a blog about it? So here I am, overwhelmed by all the information I received during my two days at the conference, but clueless as to what to write about my experience. Where do I start, which things would I like to highlight, and what struck me the most?
May 2016, Dublin - Early morning and the hotel lobby is already buzzing. Researchers from all over the world, members of the organizing committee, student volunteers, sales staff - all are gathering for the same purpose: the first day of Measuring Behavior 2016. At ten minutes to 9, the chatter slowly stops when Cathal Gurrin takes center stage. "Fáilte roimh a baile átha Cliath, welcome to Dublin!"
With hundreds of meetings every year it’s easy to overlook the best conferences to attend. But don’t worry: we sorted out some of the best meetings on neuroscience so you don’t have to. From national gatherings to international monster-meetings: these 6 neuroscience conferences are a must-visit this summer.