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Fiona McBryde, Cardiovascular Physiologist from the University of Auckland shares her top three tips when it comes to using telemetry in research!
Teach better with new Lt features and content!
Use our new online biology labs to explore key concepts with your students, in-the-lab or remotely.
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...
Join the discussion: Our Instructional Designer, Ellen, summarizes a podcast that focuses on the role educators play in supporting student mental health.
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Dr Abigail Rickard from the University of Greenwich shares why Lt was a key factor in making the transition to online teaching during the pandemic possible.
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!
How to create a research setting that’s conducive to reliable and accurate human autonomic data.
Learn about machine learning-based instruction and how it has been used to improve students' memory retention!
Professor Wendy Riggs, Professor at College of the Redwoods, shares her experience using Lt and Lt Sensors to teach human physiology labs online.
ADInstruments has partnered with Vernier to bring you a complete lab-based solution for your general chemistry course! Whether you plan to meet face-to-face in the classroom this semester or need the...
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...