2019 Fall Conferences and Meetings
With our summer conference tour wrapping up in a few short weeks with the European Muscle Conference, we are looking forward to the fall season with excitement. Thank you to everyone who visited us at ISHR World Congress in Beijing, and Physiology 2019 in Aberdeen. We continue to be amazed with the fantastic science being shared at these meetings!
As a reminder, if you are a current Aurora Scientific user, be sure to send us an email to connect at a conference and discuss your research. We are more than happy to sit down with our customers and review your experimental plans, discuss methodology, trouble shoot challenges you may be experiencing or provide feedback on data.
Also, if you are you exploring new technology, methods and approaches in the lab, please connect with us to share your objectives and learn how our precision instrumentation for muscle physiology, neuroscience and material science research may be able to help.
2019 Fall Scientific Meetings
Ottawa International Conference on Neuromuscular Disease and Biology
Ottawa, Ontario, Canada, October 17 – 19
Society for Neuroscience 2019
Chicago, Illinois, October 19 – 23
AuPS Meeting 2019
Canberra ACT, Australia, December 01 – 04
Supporting Research Worldwide
For over thirty years Aurora Scientific instrumentation has been the choice of leading researchers around the world. Our selection of dual-mode lever systems and force transducers are used in a broad array of life science research specialties, including exercise and metabolism, cardiology, injury recovery, gerontology, disease progression, pharmacology and more. Our fast response sensors are considered benchmark instruments in olfaction research studying odor dynamics and pheromone/plume dispersion, and our mechanical stimulator technology is used in studies of the neuronal response to touch, pain and stretch. Many instruments have also been adapted for use by material science researchers studying the properties of artificial muscle, locomotion and nanomaterials.
Today, our staff operate from three locations, supporting ground-breaking research in over 40 countries conducted by our valued clients.