BIOPAC Webinar: Get Great EDA Data–Part 2: Analysis

BIOPAC, the world’s leader in life science data recording, is hosting our second free webinar on obtaining great Electrodermal Activity (EDA) data on May 19th, 2016.  This webinar will focus on analysis of EDA data. REGISTER HERE Who should attend: Researchers in university or commercial settings who need to accurately record and analyze EDA for experiments. […]

How to get Great EDA (Electrodermal Activity) Data—BIOPAC Webinar

BIOPAC, the world’s leader in life science data recording, conducted a free webinar on recording and analyzing great Electrodermal Activity (EDA) data on April 21, 2016. View the recorded webinar here   Who should attend: Researchers in university or commercial settings who need to accurately record and analyze EDA for experiments. What you will learn: How to […]

TEDx Talk | Beauty and the Origins of Electrophysiology by Alan Macy

Alan Macy recently gave a TEDx talk in Hong Kong on how the concept of beauty influenced the early origins of electrophysiology.  Alan’s talk begins with early conceptions on how to quantify beauty and weaves its meaning with emotional feeling, taste, the galvanic cell, electrophysiology, the telephone, re-tribalization and the global theatre. You can view the […]

Cardiac Fibrosis, Cryotherapy, and Hyperparathyroidism—New Citations

Gualou Xiebai Decoction on Cardiac Fibrosis: Gualou Xiebai Decoction (GXD) is a well-known traditional Chinese recipe that has been used to treat cardiovascular disorders for nearly two thousand years. While it is known as an alternative medicine treatment, there is a lack of studies that show its effect on cardiac fibrosis. Researchers thus tested its effect […]

Indie Rock, Jealousy, and Muscle Exercise—New Citations

Indie Rock Relaxation: A recent study performed at Broom Community College studied the relaxation effects that Indie Rock music had on subjects. Unlike other studies, this experiment focused solely on the relaxation effects of music rather than comparing it to other relaxation methods. Heart Rate was measure using a BIOPAC MP System while subjects listened […]

New BIOPAC & SMI Webinar Recording Released: Integrating Eye Tracking Data with Physiological Measurements

The BIOPAC-SMI webinar “Integrating Eye Tracking Data with Physiological Measurements” recording has just been made available to view. In this exclusive webinar, which was held Tuesday March 8, BIOPAC and SMI experts present user case studies to demonstrate new research capabilities made possible by the plug & play integration of SensoMotoric Instruments eye tracking technology with […]

New Citations—Conditioned Stimuli, Postmenopause, and Literature

Conditioned Stimuli and Fear: Conditioned stimuli used to elicit overt behavior is a common experimental paradigm in animals, but not with humans. Researchers at the University of Zurich thus tested whether Heart Period Responses (HPR) and conditioned stimuli are a suitable complement to SCR when testing fear memory with humans. Subjects’ psychophysiological data was recorded using […]

Alan Macy opens the new Santa Barbara Center for Art, Science and Technology (SBCAST)

BIOPAC’s Alan Macy was profiled in an article for the Santa Barbara Independent newspaper to showcase his new project, the Santa Barbara Center for Art, Science and Technology (SBCAST). The column explains how Alan’s newest project is a major contribution to Santa Barbara community by providing a state of the art environment for artists and […]

Entropy in Humans, Opioid & Adenosine Receptors, & Neurological Responses—New Citations

Entropy Change in Human Physiological System Researchers at the NASA Human Engineering laboratory recently took a thermodynamic approach to human physiology to make inferences about internal entropic changes in response to cognitive stress. This novel approach utilized Maxwell relations, which are equations derived through mathematical manipulation of thermodynamic variables, to use physiological measures to calculate a […]

BioNomadix Wireless Physiology Sensors used in Love Lab

Click to watch BioNomadix on NBC News | TODAY | Rossen Reports | The Science of Love Paul Zak, who runs a “love lab” at Claremont Graduate University and is also known as Dr. Love, says, “Love is chemical, so we can measure brain activity and find out who not only is attracted to each […]