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Experiment: How to get your students to measure muscle contraction by stimulating their own nerves.
This recent advance in cardiac regenerative therapy will really get your heart pumping!
An active and engaging experiment where students examine muscular fatigue by performing EMGs on themselves.
Congratulations to the team of lecturers using Lt at the School of Pharmacy & Medical Sciences (University of South Australia), who have won a prestigious citation for improving student...
Congratulations to this year's winner of the ADInstruments Macknight Early Career Innovative Educator Award, presented by the APS: Kinesiology Professor Ed Merritt, from Southwestern University...
In this active learning activity, students record their own signals to examine bradycardia associated with the human diving response.
Research looking at the respiratory patterns and acoustic output of opera singers shows how the projection of a singer's voice is influenced by breath support.
Our newest galvanically isolated, high-performance differential biological potential amplifiers are optimized for measuring a variety of biological signals such as ECG/EKG, EMG, EEG,...
How to set up your equipment and perform a12-lead ECG to ensure clean signals for your cardiovascular and physiology research, using the Octal Bio Amp, PowerLab, and LabChart.
We have some great news - you can now sync Canvas LMS and Lt, making course management so much easier!
The latest version of LabChart has been launched, which includes the new (and incredibly handy) Macro Library, as well as optimizations for data accuracy and support features for our Biological...
Using isolated heart systems? So many variations, so many accessories, too many options! To help, we are pleased to present our updated Isolated Heart Research Kits and Foundation Systems.
Need help with making your lessons more engaging? Here are some simple ways to promote active learning and increase student engagement with Lt customer success manager, Liam Farley.
Professor Damian Bailey's research shows how a deeper understanding of oxygen transport offers hope for age-related diseases like dementia and Alzheimer's.
Physical exercise has been shown to lower the risk of Alzheimer's and vascular dementia by increasing blood and oxygen flow in the brain. But which exercises work best?