Electric Ant Lab has been present with a demo of RheoCube at the International Soft Matter Conference 2016 in Grenoble. It was a very nice conference with many interesting contributions ranging from novel particle synthesis techniques to theoretical models for various soft matter phenomena. We learned a lot and enjoyed many fruitful discussions. A big thank you to the organizers!
We also had a chance to present ourselves during the industrial R&D session after which we had many interesting discussions and positive feedback on our approach and services. We were able to demo our virtual rheometry lab RheoCube to a couple of interested parties. We received very positive feedback and discussed a number of potential use cases.
Many thanks to all people we had the pleasure to talk to! We are now even more motivated to make RheoCube the right tool for your research!