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ADInstruments and Millar, Inc. are pleased to announce a new partnership, with ADInstruments becoming the exclusive distributor of Millar’s cardiovascular research products.

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AHA ADInstruments - Pump Up Your Research
 

Over 26 years of experience – serving over 10,000 organizations worldwide.


LabChart

Flexible data acquisition and analysis software. You can also share and view LabChart data files for free with LabChart Reader.


PowerLab

Reliable multi-purpose data acquisition hardware trusted for a wide range of research and teaching applications.


LabTutor

Engage students with self-guided, interactive exercises in and out of the classroom.

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Reliable data at your fingertips

ADInstruments’ Human NIBP System combines the accuracy of the Finapres technology with the flexible analysis of LabChart software.

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Trigno Wireless EMG

We recorded the sEMG signals from a top gymnast as she ran, tumbled, and flipped through her routine.

Trigno EMG wireless systems make EMG signal detection reliable and easy. Combine the power of PowerLab and LabChart software with revolutionary Motion Artifact Supression technology from Delsys Inc.

Trigno Wireless EMG

LabChart Compatible

New arrivals to the LabChart community

Oxford Optronix tissue vitality monitors can now interface directly with LabChart.

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“We believe in making simple, flexible tools that help advance science research and education.”

Michael Macknight, CEO



 

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7 Nov 2014

Most people are probably familiar with the physiological effects of eating chili peppers, such as increased sweating, flushed skin and a feeling of heat - effects mediated by chili pepper's active ingredient, capsaicin.

4 Nov 2014

Regional Manager Mahmoud Khalil with a group of scientists attending the Physiology Educator Workshops in Lagos

18 Sep 2014

We were very proud and honored that the Prime Minister of New Zealand, the Right Honorable John Key visited our office in Dunedin yesterday, accompanied by the Minister for Science and Innovation, Steven Joyce.