Innovations in Electrophysiology


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:
Nov 10, 2014
It is great to hear that you are successfully working with our equipment and publishing your work. Please find two recent publications below:
Nov 05, 2014
On September 5, 2014, the Bernstein Association for Computational Neuroscience for the fifth time conferred the "Brains for Brains Young Researchers' Computational Neuroscience Awards". The prizes were presented during the Bernstein Conference in Goettingen (September 2014).
Oct 01, 2014
We are pleased to announce that MCS has been acquired by Harvard Bioscience. As of Oct 1, 2014, we are now a subsidiary of Harvard Bioscience. Our employees have joined the Harvard Bioscience family.
Mar 04, 2014
Content Workshop: Neuronal Applications on MEAs MEA Meeting 2014
Dec 02, 2013
Order your favourite MEAs easily Browse the largest catalog of MEA layouts Fast payment via credit card Available for European customers in the MCS direct sales areas
Nov 11, 2013
Visit the MCS-team at booth #2519 and see our innovations in in vivo and in vitro electrophysiology, including the new Multi-well MEA-System, the CMOS-MEA-System, and the PatchServer, which automates manual patch clamp. We are looking forward to seeing you at our booth!  
Sep 15, 2013
Following a long-lasting tradition, Multi Channel Systems participated in the Tübingen City Run with a team of 16 runners. The 10km-track through the old city center of Tübingen is challenging, even more so with the rain that made the cobblestones slippery. But the MCS-team overcame the difficulties brilliantly and 4 runners completed the track in under 50 minutes - cheered to by many colleagues who lined the streets. Congratulations to all runners who completed the run - awesome team!!
Feb 01, 2013
Product News In this newsletter you find updates and information for the following products:
Jan 22, 2013
Brain research progressed tremendously over recent decades, but understanding how cortical networks encode and decode information is still an open issue, and the ultimate question of information processing in our brains eludes us. Being highly multidisciplinary in nature, research into information processing in cortical networks (IPCNs) should combine vast amounts of heterogeneous data and information to provide theories and conclusions.