OxyMon Mk III

Flexible, research-grade NIRS system

OxyMon Mk III is a flexible, research-grade system for continuous wave near-infrared spectroscopy. Configurations from 1 to 96 channels. OxyMon transmits via temperature stabilized pulsed laser lig...

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Cambridge Research Systems

Vision Science & Functional Imaging Tools

Sophisticated visual and auditory stimulation systems and eye tracking for use both in fMRI and in behavioral and ERP laboratories.

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The original active electrode system

The original, innovative active electrode system for EEG, ECG and sEMG. Open-source acquisition software for LabVIEW, MATLAB and C. No need for shielding, portable, flexible.

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g.tec's wireless biosignal acquisition system

Completely different design and a new standard of usability. Tiny and lightweight device is attached to the EEG cap to avoid cable movements and to allow completely free movements.

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About Cortech

Innovative Solutions for Research in Electrophysiology

Cortech Solutions is the single resource for all the tools a neuroscientist needs for advanced brain research. We identify best-in-class solutions, work with the manufacturers to ensure compatibility, and offer the total solution with a single source for technical support. Leave the technical solutions to us...

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What's New

  • BESA Research 6.0 September 2014 Released

    October 07, 2014

    In BESA Research 6.0, individual MEG finite element models (FEMs) can now be used for source analysis and for all distributed source imaging features.

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  • BESA Research News - July 2014

    July 10, 2014

    BESA Research Workshop in Brisbane (Jul 25/26); BESA is Gold sponsor of the ICON 2014 in Brisbane; Free BESA MRI or BESA Statistics or MEG module for every BESA Research com...

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UC-Davis ERP Boot Camp - Jul 14-23 '14 (NA)

We will not attend this event, but we recommend it if you are working in ERP research. The UC-Davis ERP Boot Camp, a 10-day NIH-funded summer workshop on the ERP technique. It is intended for beginning and intermediate ERP researchers, and for both basic scientists and clinical researchers.

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