Physiology 2015

Motorpoint Arena Cardiff, UK. July 6-8 2015

Visit us at Stand 23-24


ADInstruments at Experimental Biology 2015

At The Booth

Booth Number 23-24

Visit our booth at Physiology 2015 to learn how our technology is helping innovative research and education around the world. This year we will be sharing some exciting announcements, inspiring customer stories, and hosting interactive demonstrations at our booth, so if you are attending - come past for a visit and a chat. Don’t forget to have a go at our buzz wire game using the capabilities of PowerLab to test your steadiness of hand and maybe even win a prize!


We love coming to the Physiology conference, connecting with you and hearing all about your latest and planned research. Stop by for a chat with one of our scientific sales specialists that will be on hand to discuss solutions to fit your requirements.


Meet our team of education sales specialists who know first-hand how satisfying it feels to see students truly understand a concept. It’s a great feeling and we’d love to hear your stories about the best moments you’ve experiences in education, and any ways we can help you in your laboratory or classroom. This year we have some exciting new product news to share… so stop on by and see ‘What is Lt?’ for yourself!

What is Lt?

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After 27 years at the cutting edge of life science education, we are bringing a new element to the table. What is Lt? Visit booth 840 to experience it for yourself!


Other ADInstruments Activities at Physiology

Presentation: The power of collaboration - working together to evolve undergraduate active learning tools into powerful professional development experiences.

  • Presenters: Iain Rowe (Robert Gordon University), Derek Scott (Aberdeen University), Chris Wright (ADInstruments)
  • Tuesday 7th July 13.00-14.00
  • Conference suite 1 and 2
  • Refreshments provided.

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Teaching Symposium Sponsorship

  • We are proud to sponsor: Undergraduate physiology practicals in a digital age.
  • Tuesday 7 July 9.00 - 11.00
  • Organiser: Dave Lewis, University of Leeds, UK and Jon Scott, University of Leicester, UK. Are traditional practicals still fit for purpose? Should we be replacing them with virtual practicals or simulations? The education and teaching symposium will showcase different approaches to the delivery of practicals across the Life Sciences. Participants will have the opportunity to discuss the pros and cons of the approaches and their benefits (or otherwise!) to student education and learning experiences. Find out more...

Oral Communications from all themes

  • We are proud to sponsor the Education and Teaching oral communication sessions.
  • Monday 6 July from 16.45 – 18.15.
  • Tuesday 7 July from 15.30 – 16.00

Heroes come in many forms

Dr. Tony Hickey

Biochemist and comparative physiologist

"Many natural environments mirror problems faced in medical arenas today, for example hypoxia in a rock pool may mimic stroke or impaired lung. However, some aquatic species thrive in these environments. In studying these species, we may develop new insights, and potential treatments, for stroke, coma, diabetes and obesity.."


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