New Citations | BIOPAC in Biology Research

Biology research covers a wide variety of studies all aiming to understand living organisms better. Here are just a few of the recent biology studies that have used BIOPAC tools for their findings… Improved Cardiovascular Effects of a Novel Pomegranate Byproduct Extract Obtained through Hydrodynamic Cavitation. Nutrients, 16(4), 506. Antonelli, M., Benedetti, G., Calderone, V., Donelli, […]

New Citations | BIOPAC and BCI

Applying brain-computer interfaces and robotics to research opens doors to lots of new possibilities. There are many capabilities for this new technology and here are a few recent studies that have utilized this tech along with BIOPAC tools in order to explore new areas… Sharing imagery and analysis tools in a simulated submarine control room. […]

New Citations | BIOPAC and Mindfulness

Much of modern research aims to objectively record emotion and mindfulness in order to better understand the human condition. Here are a few recent studies that utilized BIOPAC equipment and found ways to do so… The role of urban green space in promoting health and well-being is related to nature connectedness and biodiversity: Evidence from […]

New Citations | BIOPAC in VR Studies

Virtual reality has expanded research capabilities, providing researchers with the ability to simulate situations and environments they wouldn’t otherwise have access to. Read these recent studies that utilized virtual reality along with BIOPAC equipment in their research… Assessing biodiversity’s impact on stress and affect from urban to conservation areas: A virtual reality study. Ecological Indicators, 158, […]

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 […]

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 MRI Research

Scientists have been able to discover how the mind and body work together through combining recorded physiological signals and the use of MRIs. Read the studies below to discover how to incorporate BIOPAC equipment with MRI research… A video-game-based method to induce states of high and low flow. Behavior Research Methods, 1-33. Joessel, F., Pichon, […]

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, […]

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’s AcqKnowledge Software

BIOPAC tools are used for studies in a variety of different fields and disciplines. AcqKnowledge software is one of our universally applicable tools, used by thousands of labs around the world and cited in thousands of peer reviewed publications, such as the following studies… The psychophysiology of guilt in healthy adults. Cognitive, Affective, & Behavioral Neuroscience, 1-18. […]