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Using PowerLab systems, Dr. Maureen McDonald, from McMaster University in Canada is researching more realistic (but equally effective) methods for healthy individuals to adhere to a new exercise...

Veterinary students at the University of Copenhagen are learning how to better understand, diagnose and treat digestive problems in their future cattle patients by using PowerLab with LabChart...

TeamTermin, led by its founder Budd Termin is currently working with ADInstruments to bring the latest in performance testing for the sport of swimming by combining the late Dr Al Craig’s velocity...

5050 m above sea level, 730 kg of experimental equipment carried by 19 porters, 7000 L of cylinder gases, 53 sleep studies, 107 ventilatory response tests, 107 arterial blood samples, 720...

A group of twenty talented middle school students recently explored physiological concepts using PowerLab systems with LabTutor Software at a two week residential program that is held annually at...

Successful company founder, Dr. Kengatharan began using PowerLab systems fifteen years ago while completing his doctorate studies at London University, UK with Nobel laureate Sir John Vane. Dr....

In 2007, the effect of climate change on notothenioid fish prompted researchers from New Zealand and Sweden to pack up their PowerLab systems and travel to the Scott Base in Antarctica. The...

Since ADInstruments began in 1988, the revolutionary LabTutor software for PowerLab systems has been one of our most innovative developments for life science teaching. This month, we’...

As ADInstruments celebrates 20 years of innovation, our customers continue to find innovative applications for PowerLab data acquisition systems and LabChart software. This month, read about how a...

The University of Otago, School of Physical Education researchers put ten of New Zealand's top young rally car drivers through a series of high-performance tests, as part of what is believed to be...

PowerLab and LabChart were used to demonstrate diving-induced bradycardia to three hundred passengers aboard a Discovery cruise ship visiting the Antarctica.

Using ADInstruments equipment, the 2005 Canadian Everest Expedition obtained data at the Base Camp of the world's highest mountain, Mount Everest. Their results have helped...

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