Elite car racers and PowerLab in simulated performance

The University of Otago, School of Physical Education researchers put ten of New Zealand's top young rally car drivers through a series of high-performance tests, as part of what is believed to be the first dedicated motor sport programme of its type in the world from 28 June to 2 July, 2004.

PowerLab on Mount Everest

Using ADInstruments equipment, the 2005 Canadian Everest Expedition obtained data at the Base Camp of the world's highest mountain, Mount Everest. Their results have helped physicians gain a better diagnostic understanding of sleep disturbances and cerebral complications encountered at high altitudes.

Neuroscience Research in Panama Rainforest

Sounds emitted by field crickets and insect-eating bats have been the focus of Austrian neuroscientists, based in the Panama rainforest. Prof. Heinrich Römer and Dr. Alexander Lang from the University of Graz, Department of Neurobiology, Austria have used PowerLab to record the acoustically...