Brain Products Press Release
  • actiCAP slim and actiCAP snap – The next generation active electrode system

Product Launch: actiCAP slim and actiCAP snap – The next generation active electrode system

At the recent OHBM Annual Meeting 2017 in Vancouver, Canada, we presented our newest active electrode system for the first time: the actiCAP slim as our thinnest active electrode yet and the actiCAP snap as the new compatible electrode holder. Together, this system will make your EEG research easier and will extend the benefits of our active electrodes into new research fields.

2022-08-22T19:52:20+02:00August 9th, 2017|Categories: 2017, Issue 2/2017, Products & Applications|Tags: , , , , , |
  • Tricks and Tips in BrainVision Recorder

Tricks and Tips in BrainVision Recorder – Part I

Our Analyzer 2 ‘Tricks and Tips’ support articles were very popular with our users. So, we have put together some more ‘Tricks and Tips’ for you, but this time it’s BrainVision Recorder’s turn. Here we present ten handy hints to help you get the most from your Recorder software.

  • Introducing LiveAmp: our wireless mobile amplifier in new low-channel versions

Introducing LiveAmp 8 and 16: our wireless mobile amplifier in new low-channel versions

We are introducing two new versions of our LiveAmp mobile amplifier to enable EEG research that works with a low number of electrodes. The LiveAmp 8 and 16 enable high-quality wireless recording of 8 and 16 channels, respectively.

Brain Products Young Scientist Award 2017 presented to Dr. Monika Schönauer

The “Brain Products Young Scientist Award” 2017 was handed to Dr. Monika Schönauer for her outstanding publication, titled “Decoding material-specific memory reprocessing during sleep in humans”, published in Nature Communications 8, Article number: 15404.

2022-01-29T19:37:02+01:00August 9th, 2017|Categories: 2017, Conferences & Events, Issue 2/2017|Tags: , , |

Basal ganglia microstructure and EEG – a research expedition to the Philippines

The last years have seen an overwhelming amount of research aiming to disentangle the neural mechanisms underlying goal-directed behavior and cognitive control processes. In that regard, the basal ganglia have attracted much interest. It is known that the striatum is a very complex neuroanatomical structure and can be subdivided into the ‘matrix’ and the ‘striosomes’. Yet, it has been unclear whether this striatal microstructure is important to consider for cognitive functions, as well.

New R&D project: AMoRSA – Adaptive and highly motivating platform for the rehabilitation of patients with arm palsy following a stroke

Following various innovative projects funded by the Federal Ministry of Education and Research (BMBF) and the Federal Ministry for Economic Affairs and Energy (BMWi) in previous years, together with leading researchers Brain Products was successful in gaining funding for a couple of more projects. Here, we proudly introduce one of them in more detail: AMoRSA.

2022-01-29T18:28:41+01:00August 9th, 2017|Categories: 2017, Brain Products Cooperations, Issue 2/2017|Tags: , , , |

Who is who…?! – New team members at Brain Products (Aug. 2017)

Thanks to your unwavering trust in us, Brain Products is continually growing. To keep offering you unrivaled services and customer support, we’re constantly looking for dedicated, highly skilled professionals to join our team. On that note, we’re excited to introduce our newest team members to you.

2022-07-27T14:53:39+02:00August 9th, 2017|Categories: 2017, Brain Products Inside, Issue 2/2017|Tags: , , |
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