Publishing Research: How to successfully share your scientific research with the world!

Expert tips for communicating science. An exclusive seminar with award-winning scientific publisher, tech entrepreneur, and co-founder of Cosmos Magazine, Kylie Ahern.

5 easy tips for connecting your scientific research with the public.

You've spent years on your scientific research and made some amazing how do you connect these with the people who need to know about it – the public?

New Release: LabChart 8.1.11

The refreshed version of LabChart has been launched, including optimizations to our Non-Invasive Cardiac Output extension and our Spirometry and PV Loop Add-Ons.

Enjoying your Easter Egg? How the type of chocolate you like is linked to your eating behavior...

How a University of Mississippi researcher used electroglottography (EGG) and surface electromyography (sEMG) to find out how your chocolate preference is linked to your eating behavior.

Bigger isn't always better: Introducing the new Human NIBP Nano

The compact, lightweight way to record and analyze Human Non-Invasive Blood Pressure (NIBP) data...

PowerLab and LabChart Flying High in Microgravity Research

PowerLab and LabChart are being used in research for the ESA to help understand how our brains work in space.

Schooling up at Plato BioPharma

Members of our research and support teams spent a day at Plato BioPharma honing their skills in pressure-volume surgery.

The 15th Annual Delsys Prize Winner: Dr. Mitsuhiro Hayashibe

W e are pleased to congratulate the 2017 Delsys Prize winner: Dr. Mitsuhiro Hayashibe from Tohoku University in Japan.

Wireless Workshop at JUIT

Our flexible and accurate wireless products were the focus of an innovative workshop at JUIT in Solan, India.

Drosophila Larvae Light up the Lab at Cold Spring Harbor

Students explore illuminating new ways to use fruit fly larvae for neural research at the Drosophila Neurobiology course, at the prestigious Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory.

Taking Physiology to New Heights: Creative approaches to high altitude research

James Elworthy, Multimedia Designer at ADInstruments and Kait Mikes, Biomedical Sales Engineer at ADInstruments, joined Dr Trevor Day on an intrepid journey to Mt. Everest Base Camp.

2016 Delsys Prize Winner: Congratulations Dr Max Ortiz Catalan

ADInstruments is proud to support the Delsys Prize for Innovation in Electromyography and we are pleased to congratulate this year’s winner: Dr. Max Ortiz Catalán from Chalmers University of Technology in Sweden.

The Brain and the Miracle Molecule: a deeper understanding of oxygen transport offers new hope for age-related disease

For Damian Bailey, a Professor of Physiology and Biochemistry, the attraction of freediving is partly about discovering the limits of physical capability, but it is also about understanding one of the most important processes in the body - oxygen transport to the brain - and gaining unique insights that may help millions of people to live better and longer, disease-free lives.