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

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

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.

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.

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...

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...

This week we introduce you to Dr Kevin Evans, our fearless rock climber and Research Support Specialist working out of our Oxford office. Kevin was lucky enough to be able to combine his hobbies of...

Philip Carvil, a PhD student at KCL funded by the European Space Agency’s Science and technology Office (ESTEC), has been working with the Space Medicine Office at the European Astronaut Centre to...

When it comes to ‘maths that could transform lives,' it’s hard to go past recent work by cardiovascular pharmacologist Dr Manasi Nandi and mathematician Dr Philip Aston, who will be co-...

Sponsored by ADInstruments and awarded by the APS Neural Control and Autonomic Regulation Section (NCAR), this award recognizes the achievements of a promising,...

Most people are probably familiar with the physiological effects of eating chili peppers, such as increased sweating, flushed skin and a feeling of heat - effects mediated by chili pepper's active...

Bradycardia is an interesting condition which is both a risk factor and an example of the human body’s amazing ability to adapt to an individual’s lifestyle - a lowered heart rate balances the...

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