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Best Practices for Recording & Analyzing Data

Best Practices for Recording & Analyzing Data

Over the past several years, tools and techniques for recording and analyzing physiological data recording have seen steady and marked improvement. Modern life science data acquisition systems such as the MP160 System and powerful research-grade software suites such...
fNIR Systems—a NIR miracle

fNIR Systems—a NIR miracle

At the dawn of the 19th century, pioneering astronomer Sir William Herschel discovered the existence of infrared radiation, which is electromagnetic radiation invisible to the human eye but identifiable via its ability to heat objects. Infrared radiation is commonly...
Small and Smaller – Untethered and Unfettered

Small and Smaller – Untethered and Unfettered

Advancements in the engineering of data acquisition components have closely paralleled the microchip revolution. Ever-smaller form factors available in wireless transmission formats have resulted in a boon for researchers wishing to collect high-quality physiological...
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