Session size is limited and topics cover hardware/software/subject setup through analysis and reporting tools, including automation & scoring routines optimized for life science data…plus time for your questions about a specific protocol.
– Scheduled BIOPAC Trainings & Seminars are listed below.
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Dozens of hands-on, small group, targeted sessions, how-to workshops, and demonstrations on “Tools, Trends, Techniques, and Technology” to measure and analyze human physiological signals and integrate physiology teaching systems (BSL) into programs of study, presented by renowned experts in life science research and education.
Training will cover BIOPAC research systems (MP150 and MP36R with associated accessories) as well as use of other equipment such as the new BioNomadix Wireless Logger, Mobita, B-Alert, and fNIR systems.
Smart Center Stand-alone, Portable Wireless Physiology Systems Smart Center Essentials entry-level system includes a Smart Center Device (BN-SMART with USB power cable), 2 or 3 Transmitters (BN-xxx-T with chargers); AcqKnowledge for Smart Center, and a case. Smart Center Enhanced adds a Logger (BN-LOGGER) and Basic Scripting License (ACK100W-BAS) to the Smart Center Device (BN-SMART with powercable), 3 […]
Physiological researchers been studying the lower body through examining impacts of training, movement instruction, and innovative research measurements on an individual’s well being. The following articles represent recent developments in physiological research, moving our understanding of lower limbs and the body as a whole forward, one step at a time. The Importance of Form Improper […]
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