Aug 03, 2017
We hope to see many of you in Washington for SfN! At MCS, we think that exchanging ideas within a broad academic network is important in order to advance your research within neuroscience. Therefore, we support three of you with a travel award. Please click here for more details and the application form.
Aug 02, 2017
Together with our partner TBSI, we kindly invite you to our satellite events during SfN 2017 in Washington DC! Please join us for the following symposia: Advances in In-Vitro Microelectrode Array Recording Techniques Marriott Marquis, Treasury Monday, Nov. 13; 6:30pm-7:30pm
May 23, 2017
Visit MCS at the Meeting of the Portuguese Society for Neuroscience and see our latest developments. MEA2100-System W2100-System EPC 10 USB with S-Probe Live Demonstration: Multisite Extracellular Recording of Primary Cells on MEA Chips
May 02, 2017
Workshop invitation: Electrophysiological Tools to Study iPS Derived Neurons and Cardiomyocytes In advance of the ISSCR join us for an one-day in vitro workshop using the newest microelectrode array technologies in the field of electrophysiological stem cell research.
Apr 10, 2017
Content Visit MCS at the BNA2017 Festival of Neuroscience in Birmingham, UK and see our latest developments. MEA2100-System Multiwell-MEA well plate with 1152 electrodes HEKA EPC 10 with S-Probe Warner Instruments chambers CMOS-MEA5000-System for high res recording W2100-System for wireless in vivo applications
Feb 07, 2017
Content Visit MCS at the Biophysical Society Annual Meeting 2017 and see our latest developments. Multiwell-MEA well plate with 1152 electrodes Automated TEVC systems Automated patch-clamp system PatchServer New MEAs with 3D electrodes and transparent electrodes
Nov 11, 2016
Content Visit MCS at the American Heart Scientific Sessions 2016 and see our latest developments. Multiwell-MEA well plate with 1152 electrodes Analyze Cardio2D data with the Multiwell-Analyzer FlexMEAs for in vivo /ex vivo recordings
Nov 10, 2016
Content Visit MCS at the Neuroscience 2016 and see our latest developments. MEA2100-256-System ME2100-System
Oct 27, 2016
Multi Channel Systems has a long standing reputation for in vitro electrophysiology. Our microelectrode arrays (MEA) have been used for more than two decades to record from cultured cardiomyocytes. Since the evolution of stem cell derived cardiomyocytes (ES and iPS) it was possible to work on human cardiomyocytes with our MEA technology.
Sep 16, 2016
Content Visit MCS at the Safety Pharmacology Society Annual Meeting and see our latest developments.