April 4 – 7, 2020
San Diego Convention Center
111 West Harbor Drive
San Diego, CA 92101Experimental Biology is the annual meeting hosted by the American Association for Anatomy, the American Physiological Society, the American Society for Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, the American Society for Investigative Pathology, and the American Society for Pharmacology & Experimental Therapeutics. Through their joint efforts they bring together over 10,000 scientists and 25 guest societies into one interdisciplinary community to explore the most recent ground breaking science in anatomy, investigative pathology, pharmacology, physiology, and biochemistry and molecular biology. Over the course of 4-days, attendees will have access to workshops, symposia, plenary lectures, poster presentations and much more!
To learn more and for additional details check out the full program.
Before attending, browse the Interactive Exhibition Floor Plan. FIND US AT BOOTH #1733
Meet The Team:
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Visit us to learn more about the 150A – Integrated Muscle Test Controller…
The 150A is a new family of integrated instruments which combine a standard Aurora Scientific 300C Series Dual-Mode Lever System, 701C Stimulator and USB Data Acquisition hardware into one standard-sized enclosure. The 150A eliminates all external signal cables since all inputs and outputs between the software and the instruments are made internally in the enclosure.
Be sure to stop by the booth (#1733), say hi to Chris and Ollie, and check out our full Muscle Physiology line up!
Find us in the Exhibit Hall – Booth #1733
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.