Monitor a wide range of model organisms, from rodents and fish to flies and crustacea, in the automated units
Discover how you can measure behaviour, simply, with the integrated Zantiks unit
The small footprint and affordable price of this behavioural testing equipment makes it easy to scale up research studies
Find out which neuroscience events we are attending, visit our booth and see how the units simplify behaviour studies
The fully integrated Zantiks units enable reproducible protocols such as the 5-choice serial reaction time task, a training stage from which is illustrated in this video. With an isolated chamber and built-in stimuli the environment is replicated exactly for each adult zebrafish studied.
20 August 2019
It is World Mosquito Day today, and to coincide, mosquito research features prominently on the first day's programme at The Royal Entomological Society's annual national meeting at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine. Zantiks is also pleased to release footage of the first mosquito larvae to be tracked in the MWP unit.
02 July 2019
Scientists from the University of Portsmouth are using Zantiks units to help aid our understanding of drug and alcohol addiction in humans and the impact of drug pollution on wildlife.
17 June 2019
The need for high-throughput behavioural analysis of small rapidly moving animals highlights the potential of off-the-shelf equipment like the units manufactured by Zantiks, reveals a new review in Marine Drugs.