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The Society for Neuroscience conference is hosting its 47th annual meeting, Neuroscience 2017. LabRoots is excited to participate and contribute to the conference. As the conference is for scientists and physicians devoted to understanding the brain and nervous system, we feel this is a great opportunity to connect with our users. Neuroscience 2017 is November 11-15...

Neuroscience 2017 was a successful event and is now behind us. Since the live presentations have come and gone, why watch it on demand? LabRoots offers all presentations from all virtual events on demand for perpetuity on the site. Why? We pride ourselves on providing well-rounded, educational and up-to-date information within each virtual conference along with...

Infectious pathogens known as prions are responsible for illnesses like Mad Cow Disease. But recent news points to the true cause of the protein’s destructive nature, and why some prion proteins remain completely harmless while others become toxic. Prion protein occurs naturally in the human brain cell membrane. Sometimes, those normally harmless proteins will morph or...

Japanese scientists and cell biologists at the RIKEN Center for Developmental Biology have developed a new water and sugar solution that turns tissue completely transparent. The see-through tissues are being used on mice to obtain brain images, unlike any ever seen before. For years, American and Japanese researchers in various cell biology fields have tried a...