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What do these high-impact publications all have in common? Fully implantable telemetry. Join us as we celebrate the incredible achievements of researchers from around the world who are utilizing...

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, long COVID has become an increasingly prevalent issue. Similarities between some types of long COVID and POTS are shining a light on new avenues to investigate...

When measuring intracranial pressure, make sure you're using the world's most accurate physiological pressure catheters. Find out how you can use Millar Mikro-Tip® solid state catheters to ...

Gerard Langewouters, founder of Finapres Medical Systems B.V., explains continuous arterial blood pressure measurement, and how measurement systems have evolved over the past 150 years to stay on the...

Choosing the right catheter size, shape, and function for your research requires careful consideration. To help simplify your decision-making process, download our research catheter selection guide.

ADInstruments has joined forces with Aston University, through a Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) to further test and develop our Kaha Sciences Optogenetics Biopotential Telemeter.

This World Parkinson's Day we spoke with Dr. Louise Parr-Brownlie, a neurophysiologist passionate about Parkinson’s Disease research and inspiring a new generation of scientists.

Congratulations to the winners of the 2022 Rethink EMG Challenge, Dr. Tea Lulic, Prof. Carl Payton, and Dr. Neale Tillin!

The saying ‘publish or perish’ is well-known in the scientific community, yet how to write one is not often taught. Here are our tips on how to write a scientific paper for publication and overcome...

When collecting data from acute invasive pressure studies, it is essential to have the right set of tools at your disposal. Is it time to upgrade from a fluid-filled to a solid-state pressure...

Cardiovascular Physiologist Fiona McBryde shares her top pieces of advice for creating a successful research collaboration and forming meaningful connections with clinicians.

Fiona McBryde, Cardiovascular Physiologist from the University of Auckland shares her top three tips when it comes to using telemetry in research!

Are you thinking about using optogenetics in your neuroscience research but are unsure where to begin? Here we provide an overview of the key tools and techniques involved in optogenetics and its...

Professor Leith Meyer is developing safer capture and immobilization techniques for one of the world’s most endangered animals.

Congratulations to Femke Dijkstra, winner of the 2021 Delsys Prize for Innovation in Electromyography!

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