New Small Animal Pulse Oximetry System for MRI

Complete system for small animal SpO2 measurements in an MRI Works on conscious or anesthetized subjects Patented sensor supports heart rates in the range of 90-900 BPM Works with neonatal mice up to 500 gram rats MRI sensor works in closed, small and large bore MRI machines regularly used in 9T magnets and has been successfully used […]

fNIRSoft released for optical brain imaging analysis

New release! fNIRSoft Stand-alone Software fNIRSoft provides wizard tools and an easy-to-use interface for Temporal Visualization, Time Series Analysis, Topography, Data Management, Scripting Engine, and Signal Analysis. fNIRSoft Standard edition is included in fNIR100A, fNIR200A, fNIR300A, and fNIR100W Systems. fNIRSoft Pro Edition is included pre-loaded in the fNIR400 System. See fNIRSoft Software Options to add […]

BioNomadix & NDT transform EMG data into sound for Compagnie Linga dance

BioNomadix devices were used to collect impulses produced by the movements and muscular activity of dancers, and then Network Data Transfer and digital programming were used to transform the activity into sound, creating a live “soundtrack” for the performance. This process was utilized in a choreographic work called Step 1, a collaborative development by Marco Cantalupo and […]

NEW! BioNomadix Wireless Physiology Monitoring

Powerful wireless, wearable physiology monitoring devices for life science research NEW! BioNomadix from BIOPAC Full-bandwidth, high-quality data for a wide range of signals Comfortable for the subject and empowering for the researcher All the benefits of a wireless solution with the signal quality & integrity of a wired system Uncompromised wireless physiological subject monitoring Click […]

fNIR Symposium 11/15 in San Diego

You’re invited to an fNIR Theory & Systems Symposium Come to this event to see fNIR systems first-hand and talk to experts about system application and measurement. Introduction to Functional Near-Infrared (fNIR) Spectroscopy Presenters: Kurtulus Izzetoglu and Anna Merzagora Monday, November 15 — 6:30-8:30 PM Hilton San Diego Bayfront — meeting room Indigo 202B This […]

BIOPAC generates over 120,000 kWh

BIOPAC Systems, Inc. has “gone green” on several fronts to reduce its environmental footprint. Solar tiles on roof reduce energy use from the grid by more than 45% and have generated 122,916 kWh, saving 214,416 CO2 units (as of May 2010) Motion sensor lights and energy efficient bulbs Computer-controlled central air conditioning system Flexible work day reduces […]

Trauma-related ICP report on MPMS100A

The US national Naval Medical Research Center in Silver Springs, MD has published a report describing a method and setup for investigating the effects of blast waves (explosions) on the brain and central nervous system. The report compares the MPMS100A Micro Pressure System (Samba*) with high-sampling PCB sensors and justifies the use of the MPMS100A […]

Research System Training in Geneva, June 4

A BIOPAC Research Seminar will take place in Geneva on Friday, June 4th from 9 am to 5 pm. The seminar will be hosted by: Swiss Center for Affective Sciences University of Geneva – CISA 7, rue des Battoirs CH 1205 Geneva The purpose of the seminar is to provide training for both data acquisition […]

TEAM Systems monitor up to 64 participants

New TEAM Systems are ideal for exercise physiology, sports conditioning , human factors, public health, and psychological studies TEAM Systems provide simultaneous real-time physiological monitoring for multiple subjects across a wide area. TEAM System physiology monitoring systems use RF telemetry for up to 64 people and include AcqKnowledge 4 software for advanced analysis. Each subject […]

BIOPAC opens European Office

BIOPAC is pleased to announce a new European Office in Bulgaria—the first of several planned offices to expand its sales, training, and support opportunities in Europe. The new BIOPAC office is staffed by Aleksandar Dimov, European Sales Executive. Alex joined BIOPAC in May 2005 as an Applications Specialist with a Masters in psychology from UCSB and […]