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7 Nov 2014

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...

4 Nov 2014

We’d like to thank everyone who came to our Physiology Educator workshops - in all, 146 attendees from 23 universities - at the Physiological Society of Nigeria and International Union of...

18 Sep 2014

We were very proud and honored that the Prime Minister of New Zealand, the Right Honorable John Key visited our office in Dunedin yesterday, accompanied by...

17 Sep 2014

We're all excited about the opening of our latest international office in Jeddah, Saudi Arabia - perhaps none more so than Middle East and North Africa Regional Manager, Mahmoud Khalil...

15 Sep 2014

We’d like to congratulate the winners of the TReND-ADInstruments Student of the Year and Excellence awards from this year’s IBRO School on Insect Neuroscience and Drosophila...

2 Sep 2014

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...

20 Aug 2014

30 Jul 2014

A 0.1 decrease in seawater pH doesn't seem like much but a recent study into the retinal function of damselfish suggests this small change could impact the sensory...

21 Jul 2014
21 Jul 2014

We’d like to congratulate Aderemi Aladeokin, a scientist from Nigeria, on winning the TReND-ADInstruments Scholarship to attend our most recent CrawFly Neurobiology...

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