Take a break from the talks and join us at booth 1037.
Exhibit hall dates: November 12–15, 2017
Activities for everyone
Make sure to stop by booth 1037 during SfN 2017, we have a number of activities to help your research:
Technical talks. Join any of our talks to get some tips and tricks for your research and learn what's new at Abcam:
Setting the standard: our on-going efforts to drive accurate and reproducible scientific research: Sun 3.45pm, Wed 11.05am
Immunohistochemistry: troubleshooting and optimization: Sun 11.05am, Tues 2.05pm
Profiling neurodegenerative biomarkers directly from CSF with FirePlex®: Mon 11.05am, Tues 4.05pm
Trivia challenge. Stop by each day to pit your wits against your fellow researchers on topics such as IHC protocols and neural cell markers. Winners will receive a T-shirt (terms and conditions apply)
Publish with integrity! This author workshop in collaboration with Wiley will explore strategies to ensure your scientific findings meet the necessary standards of transparency and reproducibility and achieve the highest impact within the scientific community. Experts in publishing and neuroscience will provide targeted presentations followed by panel discussions, Q&A, and an opportunity to meet top neuroscience journal editors. November 12, 2017 6:30pm – 8:30pm, Marriott Marquis Hotel, Washington DC. Join us!
Crossword puzzle. Find a few minutes of downtime during SfN (if that's even possible) to work on our crossword. Bring your completed puzzle to booth 1037 to be entered into a raffle (terms and conditions apply).
Free resources. Click through interactive pathways, webinars, protocol videos and much more on our interactive touchscreens, then email to yourself for viewing any time.
We also have lots of neuroscience related prizes and giveaways: collect yours at booth 1037.
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