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...
The PowerMAG Research line of transcranial magnetic stimulators incorporates the most advanced features and capabilities for research applications.
“My passion is to help brain labs integrate their experimental designs with theory-based computational methods,” said Dr. Pflieger, “and EMSE has been my principal medium."
NeurOne Tesla is the technology leader in EEG for use with fMRI and TMS. The system design sets a new technical standard with 80 kHz sampling, 24 bit resolution, 3500 Hz bandwidth and up to 1200 ch...
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.
Sophisticated visual and auditory stimulation systems and eye tracking for use both in fMRI and in behavioral and ERP laboratories.
The EEG mini-cap, atlas and source models for Wistar rats
represent a new experimental platform for translational neuroscience, bridging the gap between rat and human
measurements and enabling n...
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.
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Biosemi quietly introduced a rubber strain relief on the wire/electrode junction of the pin-type electrode sets for the ActiveTwo EEG system over a year ago. Since that tim...
Now you can get both the leading tES system and the best EEG systems from a single vendor, integrated and ready to go!
The meeting will consist of a Keynote address and at least three symposia, a hot topics session, and a poster session. Symposium will discuss topics of social neuroscience from both the human and animal model perspectives.
Stop by booth #13 to see us at the 56th Annual Meeting for the Society for Psychophysiological Research.
Join more than 30,000 colleagues from more than 80 countries at the world’s largest marketplace of ideas and tools for global neuroscience. Stop by booth #513 to see what's new.
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Mon - Fri: 8:30 AM - 5:30 PM
Sat - Sun and holidays: Closed