Yearly Archives: 2023

BIOPAC Citations | 2023 in Review

BIOPAC was cited in over 2,400 studies this year, coming to a total of over 50,000 all time! We love seeing how researchers use our tools in their work, and there were a lot of interesting studies this past year. Here is a recap of some of the publications we’ve seen this year… How Long […]

Call for Proposals: Advancing Brain Research through Physiology, fNIRS, and VR

A unique opportunity for researchers to contribute to cutting-edge advancements in brain research
BIOPAC Systems, Inc., Seenel Imaging, and WorldViz have joined forces to launch a collaborative research project aimed at leveraging physiology measures, functional near-infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS), and virtual reality (VR) to explore the mysteries of the human brain. The objective of this project is to develop a deeper understanding of the intricacies of brain function by integrating state-of-the-art physiological monitoring, fNIRS technology, and immersive VR environments. Successful proposals will receive access to cutting-edge equipment, technological resources, and collaborative networks established by BIOPAC Systems, Seenel Imaging, and WorldViz.

Citation Spotlight | Menstrual Cycle-Driven Hormones & Brain Changes

BIOPAC is pleased to recognize the first-author contribution of Viktoriya Babenko, BIOPAC Research Scientist, for Menstrual cycle-driven hormone concentrations co-fluctuate with white and grey matter architecture changes across the whole brain, a study that evolved from her PhD Dissertation work for her degree from the University of California, Santa Barbara (UCSB). The study, which she […]

New Citations | BIOPAC in ANS Research

The autonomic nervous system (ANS) is responsible for regulating the functions of all the body’s organs. Take a look at this month’s citations to see how to apply BIOPAC’s tools and learn techniques for ANS research… Comparable responses to a wide range of olfactory stimulation in women and men. Scientific Reports, 13(1), 9059. Lillqvist, M., Claeson, […]

New Citations | BIOPAC in Bioimpedance Research

Bioimpedance is a measure of the body’s ability to impede electrical current and can be used to provide researchers with insight on a range of physiological conditions. Here are some recent studies that used BIOPAC systems and demonstrate the information gained through measuring bioimpedance… How Long Is Long Enough? Controlling for Acute Caffeine Intake in […]

New Citations | BIOPAC in Exercise Physiology

Exercise physiology is the study of the body’s response to physical activity. Research in exercise physiology allows for insights in health and for a better understanding of the functions of the body at work. Here are some recent studies in exercise physiology that utilized BIOPAC tools for their research… Effect of exercise on electrocardiographic parameters […]

New Citations | BIOPAC in Eye Tracking Studies

Eye tracking technology has come a long way and has enabled researchers to conduct mobile experiments and track participants in real world scenarios. These featured studies demonstrate some of the use cases for mobile eye tracking technology. Here are some recent studies that have used BIOPAC systems for eye tracking research… Drivers’ gaze patterns when resuming […]

New Citations | BIOPAC in HRV Studies

Heart rate variability (HRV) is always calculated, often obtained through recording electrocardiographic (ECG) signals. HRV is a vital indicator of health and can be used to detect a variety of conditions. Here are a few studies that used BIOPAC Systems to determine ECG-derived HRV… Fluid Replacement Strategies and Heart Rate Variability Recovery Following Prolonged Exercise […]

New Citations | BIOPAC in Human Physiology and 4T|Phys Recap

We had the opportunity to meet lots of researchers at our 4T|Phys Human Physiology Conference this month and demonstrate solutions for life science studies. We presented 39 unique skills sessions, including sessions on measuring blood pressure, recording HRV, and utilizing VR. These studies all apply these skills and further demonstrate how to apply our equipment… Real-Time Personalized Physiologically […]

New Citations | BIOPAC in Mobile Research

Mobile, wearable technology enables physiology researchers to gather real-time data in the real world. Take a look at this month’s citations on mobile studies and learn how to apply wireless, wearable tools to your research… Cognition in the Wild: The Influence of Immersion in Nature on the Brain. McDonnell, A. S., LoTemplio, S. B., Scott, […]

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