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

How to create a research setting that’s conducive to reliable and accurate human autonomic data.

There are two technologies available for doing Pressure-Volume (PV) loop studies, admittance and conductance. Both systems call for calibration procedures that can be technically challenging or...

Fiona McBryde is a Cardiovascular Physiologist at the University of Auckland, whose pre-clinical research focuses on understanding blood pressure regulation in the brain in response to ischemic...

Here we share the story behind the creation of the PowerLab C and C Series devices, and what researchers can expect from these innovative new devices!

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...

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

Take your cardiovascular research to the next level using telemetry. Find out how you can use Kaha Science's telemeters to measure physiological pressures, ECG, and sympathetic nerve activity -...

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...

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

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...

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

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!

The Millar Mikro-Cath is a highly sensitive, solid-state catheter proven to record precise measurements within the airway to advance discovery in respiratory physiology.

Find out how an innovative group of medical and engineering experts produced an open-source ventilator in a matter of months.

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