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webinars: ECG | EDA | Eyetracking | fNIR | NIBPBIOPAC, the world leader in life science data recording, is pleased to present free webinars with experts from BIOPAC Systems and selected partner companies to help researchers in university or commercial settings maximize the potential of their systems and studies.

Webinar replays on ECG, EDA, Eye Tracking, EMG, fNIR, NIBP, and Animal EEG.

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Select a webinar Event below for replay link, topics covered, hardware recommendations, and attendee Q & A

Animal Research Webinars

ECG Electrocardiography Webinars

Date Event
Thursday, July 14, 2016 ECG Webinar | Recording Great ECG
Thursday, July 28, 2016 ECG Webinar | HRV & RSA – Fundamental Analysis Techniques

EDA Electrodermal Activity Webinars

EEG Electroencephalography Webinars

EMG Electromyography Webinars

Eye Tracking Webinars

Date Event
Tuesday, March 8, 2016 Eye Tracking Webinar | BIOPAC & SMI

fNIR Webinars

NIBP Noninvasive Blood Pressure Webinars


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