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Join us at Neuroscience 2014 in Washington D.C.!

Neuroscience 2014

Well, here we are. It's the last day of Neuroscience 2014. As you can see, the crowds have just continued to grow and the competition for our Brain Maze has literally begun to take its toll on the display.

We are truly stunned by how many of you have come to visit us. This has been the MOST successful show to date for Bioss!

We look forward to working with all of you in the near future, and to those of you who will be working with us for the first time. Thanks again and here's to a great Neuroscience 2014!



So, three days down, one to go. It seems that many of you may have a competetive spirit. Hard to believe, I know, but our Brain Maze is started to fade it's been used so much! Many of you can relate to this picture of determination as you contemplate beating the fastest time!

And, for those of you who've earned an IgGy, send us your images like these two have done! Check out this collection of excited end users!

Thanks to all of you who have visited, and here's to one more day of fun to come!



neuro2014Just when you think you can't top something, . . . well . . . you can. Not only was today another fun, busy and rewarding experience, we also set some new records. Call it luck, clock keeper's error, or crazy, but we saw a two-way tie today between two incredible maze solvers. Each clocked in a 5.88 seconds. Amaaaaazing!

And, if that wasn't enough . . . IgGy met his true "wing-man" today. This little guy came by and loved our dragon IgGy. We think this photo says it all. See you tomorrow!



Wow, what a day! It's been a whirlwind of excitement. So many of you took the time to stop by, talk with our support team and meet IgGy our dragon. We are truly blown away!

Also, for those of you who played the "Amazing Bioss Brain," of which there were many, your skills are incredible! We recorded a daytime record of 4.53 seconds to complete a maze that takes, on average, around 20 seconds. Simply...amazing! See you all tomorrow!


Hello Neuroscience 2014 and Washington D.C.! We've finally arrived, set up our booth and taken IgGy, our friendly dragon, around for to see the sites. Stop by our booth #523 and test your skills at our "Amazing Bioss Brain!" You can catch a glimpse of that in the image here.

For those of you who don't know IgGy, here he is taking a candid with his favorite artifact from the Smithsonian. We aren't sure why the Easter Island statue, but there you have it.
See you all soon!

Neuroscience 2014
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