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Dr Melanie White - The History and Principles of Langendorff

Explore the history of the Langendorff apparatus with this excerpt from Dr Melanie White's recent webinar.

Hemodynamic Instability: Solving the invisible problem

Hemodynamic instability is the inability of the body to maintain consistent blood flow and pressure. Dr Aaron Phillips and his team have developed a prosthetic to reverse this invisible illness.

Deep Dive: The science behind the Neuroprosthetic Baroreflex

We spoke with Dr. Aaron Phillips about his Nature publications concerning artificially correcting hemodynamic instability following spinal cord injury, and how Kaha Telemetry helped him characterize cardiovascular regulation across multiple animal models.

Top 10 Cardiovascular Publications

We’d like to take a moment to celebrate 10 of our favorite cardiovascular publications from the past couple of years; exploring everything from robotics to stem cells to AI to genomics. Every step made here is a step toward not only better heart health, but a greater understanding of the heart itself.

Research Insight | Professor Satoshi Koba: How the heart keeps up

How does the heart know whether or not you're exercising? Using optogenetics and Kaha telemetry, Professor Satoshi Koba and his team have unravelled the mystery.

Finding success through support

Dr Ilaria Pozzato, a Senior Research Fellow at the University of Sydney, worked with Nick, one of our Scientific Support Specialists, to set up her new lab and streamline her process for data acquisition.

Download our free guide: Kaha Telemetry for Neurophysiology

Discover the benefits of wireless telemetry. Not sure where to start? Need help selecting the right telemeter? Download our free guide: Kaha Telemetry for Neurophysiology.

Managing complex data collection with Ilaria Pozzato

Dr Ilaria Pozzato looks at health holistically. “ My research was really influenced by my past life as a clinician,” she says “ I’ve always been fascinated by how people with similar injuries can have very different outcomes, and particularly how differences in people's physiology, and their...

Research Article Competition Winner - Professor Richard Ribchester

ADInstruments Europe is pleased to announce Emeritus Professor Richard Ribchester from the University of Edinburgh as the winner of the 2023 ‘Send Us Your Research Article’ competition.

World Alzheimer's Month: The best exercises to boost blood flow to your brain

Physical exercise has been shown to lower the risk of Alzheimer's and vascular dementia by increasing blood and oxygen flow in the brain. But which exercises work best?

Building the PowerLab C

When it came time to re-engineer the PowerLab, maintaining our already high level of quality and reliability was key.

Streamlining Seizure Detection with Kaha Telemetry

Learn how the team at the Anticonvulsant Drug Development Program are using Kaha telemetry to speed up their data analysis.