Sep 08, 2015
We are proud to annouce that we are offering wireless headstages with electrical and optical stimulation for our W2100-System. The biggest advantage of those headstages is that you do not have to give up valuable recording information when stimulating; the headstages can record and stimulate in parallel! We offer the following headstage types, which are all compatible with all W2100-Systems, so you can easily upgrade your existing system by just adding a new headstage:
Sep 08, 2015
You have been working with a MEA-System with a MC_Card for years and are ready for an upgrade? Until the end of the year, we offer a 25% discount on USB-data acquisitions (for existing MC_Card users only). Advantages for you are:
Jul 07, 2015
Culturing of cardiomyocytes on MEAs has been shown in the 1970’s by Thomas et al. Today’s paper, published in Nature Scientific Reports by Trantidou et al, shows a new step in the development of culture of cardiomyocytes.
Jun 10, 2015
On June 10, our partners in the development of the CMOS-MEA5000-System, the NMI and the Chair of Sensor and Actuator Systems at TU Berlin, host a symposium on the topic "Microelectronic Systems for Neuroscience and Neurotechnology". We kindly invite you to come to Berlin and attend this public event.
May 11, 2015
Content New software: Multi Channel Suite High throughput with the Multiwell-MEA-System High resolution with the CMOS-MEA-System
Apr 01, 2015
Multi Channel Systems is proud to announce, that we are now the official distributor for products from our partner Warner Instruments. If you are based in Germany, Austria, Switzerland or the Netherlands, we are now the contact persons for any requests concerning Warner products. Both being subsidiaries of Harvard Bioscience, Multi Channel Systems and Warner Instruments collaborate very closely and we all seek to provide you with the best service and support possible. For product inquiries please contact us via:
Mar 09, 2015
Content Free webinars from Multi Channel Systems
Feb 10, 2015
We are excited to have almost reached the magic number of 1,000 publications featuring MCS equipment. This is your opportunity to submit the 1,000th paper and win a Kindle Fire HD 7 tablet. Accepted will be papers that fullfil the following conditions: