Services

Supporting Scientists in a Unique Way

MCI Neuroscience’s philosophy is to accompany scientists throughout their research journey. As a company, we are attentive to your requirements and place you at the centre of your projects. After gathering years of strong experience as researchers, manufacturers and developers, we decided to put this knowledge at your disposal. With this aim in mind, we are launching a new series of services that will help you reach your goals more effectively.

Bespoke Rig Design

MCI’s Bespoke Rig Design is intended for scientists looking to build completely new electrophysiology and imaging workstations.

  • Have you received the highly competitive grant you were hoping for?
  • Are you starting your own lab?

It can be a daunting task to compare numerous manufacturer’s offers, handle all the quotation requests and worry about compatibility issues. Our aim is to tackle these issues by advising you on all the available technologies and innovative solutions that can meet your requirements.

The MCI approach in this service is turned towards being more service focused. Our applications team and network of scouts constantly search for and evaluate the existing and emerging technologies in the field. Therefore, we present the most suitable equipment options to you and assist you every step of the way, from designing your new rig for your specific research questions to integration and training.

We believe that the Bespoke Rig Design is an exclusive service on the market. If you would like to learn more about this solution, please read more here. Alternatively, get in touch with us to find out more about what we can offer you.

 

Other Services

We are in the process of revolutionising the way that technology companies provide support to research labs. Please check back regularly for updates…

Micro Control Instruments Ltd.

Innovation Stables, Unit 12 | Newplace Park | Framfield | East Sussex | TN22 5RH | United Kingdom
info@mci-neuroscience.com
Tel: +44 (0) 1825 890 858

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