Italian researchers develop low-cost 3D printable device capable of conditioning animal behaviour

A team of researchers from the University of Florence and the Institute of Neuroscience in Pisa have developed a 3D printable contraption capable of conditioning mice to perform a certain action. The researchers cite the device as being representative of a “good balance between performance, cost, and versatility”. Since confirming its efficacy in psychological experiments, […]

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