News from Cambridge Phenotyping
Publication: A novel fully-automated system for lifelong continuous phenotyping of mouse cognition and behaviour
Cambridge Phenotyping presents a new fully automated AI-driven home-cage system for cognitive and behavioural phenotyping in mice. The system incorporates spontaneous alternation T-maze, novel-object recognition and object-in-place recognition tests combined with...
Coinvest, the acceleration fund 70V and business angels invest in Cambridge Phenotyping, a company created by neuroscientists Julija Krupic and Marius Bauza.
Just imagine that you have your mouse, which has received no training. You put it in the cage, close it up and walk away, that is it. The system does all the testing for you, 24/7, with the data put out in near real time so you can run all the analysis that same day.