Smart Center—BIOPAC’s groundbreaking new data acquisition and analysis system for researchers, includes powerful recording technology paired with simple setup, making recording quality data easier than ever!
Life science researchers depend on rapidly evolving technology for scientific discovery. Understanding the next generation of tools is critical. Join industry leader BIOPAC Systems, Inc. for a peekinto the future of physiologyresearch.
Frazer Findlay, BIOPAC CEO, discusses the latest technological advances that will impact researchers and their experiments. Join us to learn:
Impact of technology on scientific discovery and what this means for today’s researchers
Factors when selecting wired versus wireless technology for your lab
How technology advances will save researchers time and produce higher quality results
The unveiling of BIOPAC’s new, streamlined biometric data acquisition & analysis system
Overview of new signal-optimized setup and analysis
How to set up a new system (it only takes minutes)
Live data collection and analysis
Watch the webinar to get ready for the future of physiology recordingand analysis.
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