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BIOPAC systems record, display and analyze data relevant to a variety of life science applications. Click a catalog title below to review the catalog online (PDF) or click here to request a printed catalog.

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MP Research Catalog Life Science Research products


New Products Catalog BIOPAC data acquisition tools


BioNomadix Wireless Wearable Physiology catalog


VR & Stimulus Catalog Wearable, wireless physiology data recorders


MRI catalog


Biopac Student Lab - integrated hardware, software, transducers, and electrodes for life science teaching
Biopac Student Lab Catalog computerized physiology labs

High School Science Lab
Biopac Science Lab – MP40 Catalog high school science labs

Wireless Animal Telemetry
Epoch Product Catalog – 2018 neural implants

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Ventilator Validation Kit

Ventilator Validation and Test Equipment

The Ventilator Validation Kit supports new prototype development, existing design validation for production testing, mobile field testing and verification, and other uses where accurate pressure and flow measurements are critical. The Ventilator Validation Kit provides ventilator manufacturers and prototype developers with a complete solution for validating new medical/hospital-grade ventilator products intended for human use. The VVK100-SYS includes […]

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New Citations | Analyze Fake News with Media Psychophysiology

Why do we so easily believe Fake News? 68% of Americans find their news through social media, and the prevalence of incomplete or deceptive news stories dubbed “fake news” has wormed its way into the fabric of modern-day media. In an effort to study how social media based news is perceived, this study measured physiological […]

New Citations | Respiration Analysis and More

Comparing Diaphragm Tissue Between Healthy and Ill Patients The human diaphragm is one of the primary muscles used in respiration, contracting and expanding to control breathing. To measure how much diaphragms move for critically ill patients (in an Intensive Care Unit) compared to diaphragms in a healthy subject, patients at “Papageorgiou” General Hospital in Thessaloniki, […]

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