MindWare Technologies has been providing premium laboratory solutions since 2001 in the fields of psychophysiology, neuroscience, social science, life science, as well as child and behavioral development. We offer a wide array of products and services to meet your research needs. Our powerful line of signal acquisition hardware can be used to collect a variety of measures including Cardiac Impedance, HRV, GSR/GSC, ECG/EKG, HR, BP, and EMG. Supplement that with our flexible, yet easy to use software suite of analysis applications that save you time and fit within your budget. At MindWare Technologies, we are your partners in research innovation.
Join us on the 28th of June at 12:30 ET for an Electromyography (EMG) training webinar hosted by our own Dr. John Morris. This webinar is designed to offer a beginner-level introduction to the MindWare analysis software for analyzing EMG data in the context of facial EMG. Attendees should have a basic level of familiarity with facial EMG analysis. The webinar will last 1 hour, with the first 30 minutes featuring a walk-through of the EMG program, and the remaining 30 minutes for open Q&A. More information and registration can be found here.
Have you been looking to start a lab or expand on an existing one? Now's the time to get the ball rolling while our MindWare hardware and software products are on sale!
Contact email@example.com with your lab needs today. We look forward to building your lab in 2016!
We've Updated our Training Page!:
Our training opportunities page has been updated. You can now view all upcoming events that MindWare Technologies will be hosting or attending. If you don't have the time to attend one of our events, we've also provided links to our extended training resources, including our blog and our uploaded webinars, walkthroughs, and other training videos. If you're interested in premium training, you can check out both on-site and remote training opportunites, or even schedule a seminar to host yourself! Check it out here or by clicking the image below.
Society for Psychophysiological Research
Date: September 21 - 25, 2016
Location: Minneapolis, Minnesota