The Benefits of Using Telemetry in Research

Four key benefits of using telemetry for your Cardiovascular, Neuroscience, or Autonomic research.

Tissue oxygen telemetry: How does it work and why is it beneficial to your research?

Are you interested in measuring tissue oxygen concentrations, continuously, over long periods of time? Find out how tissue oxygen can be measured in situ and why tissue oxygen telemetry could be beneficial to your research...

Five Unique Neuroscience Applications Using Telemetry

Find out how Kaha Sciences' suite of telemeters can be integrated into your neuroscience studies to measure intracranial pressure, seizure (EEG), sympathetic nerve activity, or tissue oxygen concentration.

Solid-state sensors at the catheter tip – Why settle for less?

Measure physiological pressures wirelessly with unparalleled accuracy, reliability, and sensitivity using Kaha Sciences pressure telemeters

ADInstruments announces acquisition of Kaha Sciences for small animal telemetry

We are pleased to announce our acquisition of Kaha Sciences! This acquisition allows us to provide researchers with an unsurpassed solution in terms of quality and power for implantable, wireless telemetry in rats and mice.

Lt - 12 Months at a Glance

2000+ educators signed up to use Lt for free during the pandemic. 10 of the top 20 clinical and health universities in the world use Lt.

Talking Teaching: How to make online assessments resistant to cheating

Join the discussion: in this blog, we explore how online tutoring services such as Chegg are being used by students to cheat, and what we as educators or lesson creators can do about it.

Celebrating Innovation in Teaching: Erin Vasudevan

Congratulations to last year's (2020) winner of the ADInstruments Macknight Early Career Innovative Educator Award, presented by the APS: Erin Vasudevan, Assistant Professor at Stony Brook University

The Covid Conundrum – How to maintain hands-on learning in an online environment

COVID-19 has brought around a dramatic change in how science courses are taught. So how can educators adapt their traditional lab set-up to suit both face-to-face and remote learning environments?

Talking Teaching: How Can We Teach Anatomy Remotely?

Join the discussion: Find out how the Anatomy Department at Queen Mary University dealt with holding anatomy practicals online while in lockdown, plus we've included some easy tips for making your online lab sessions successful!

Talking Teaching: How do Handwriting and Typing Influence Learning?

Join the discussion: In this blog, we explore how handwriting and typing compare in terms of memory retrieval and brain engagement in the classroom.

Beyond the Bowel: Shining a Light on the Inner Workings of Our ‘Second Brain’

Nick Spencer, Neurogastroenterologist from Flinders University Australia shares how he uses optogenetics to understand neural pathways of the enteric nervous system.

Celebrating Women in Science: Two free Illustrations to Download and Keep!

February 11th marks The International Day of Women and Girls in Science! To celebrate, here are two inspiring illustrations (done by our very own ADI Women in Science) for you to download and keep!