Our disruptive microelectrode array, also known as multielectrode array (MEA), technology revolutionizes brain research by enabling a deeper investigation of neuronal networks. Our pioneering work with CMOS technology has allowed researchers to visualize signal propagations between thousands of cells at a sub-millisecond scale for the first time.Read more
By collecting high-resolution electrophysiological data from neurons, cardiac cells, brain organoids, and human-derived stem cells, our microelectrode array (multielectrode array) technology opens up new possibilities in drug discovery by enabling functional imaging assays, the identification of network functional and dysfunctional states and the precise evaluation of pharmacological responses.
Explore our full line of microelectrode arrays, also known as multielectrode arrays (MEAs), our solution to your experimental needs.
The Next generation of in vitro HD-MEA systems
Fully redesigned to provide the most complete experience with high-density MEA technologies, BioCAM Duplex introduces a new standard in electrophysiology. Thousands of bi-directional electrodes to have the full control of your experiments.Read more
Discover a new dimension with high-resolution in vitro electrophysiology
Stemming from more than 10 years of development, our high-resolution CMOS-MEA system combines the latest integrated circuit computing performance with a durable and compact design.
Unleash the power of your neuronal preparations
High density microelectrode arrays (HD-MEAs) featuring 4096 simultaneous readout channels and 16 stimulation sites arranged in different configurations meeting various experimental needs.Read more
Take your research further with customized accessories
Designed to fit our HD-MEA platforms, our accessories take your research in drug discovery, brain organoids, neuronal networks, and human-derived stem cells to the next level.
Gathering high-resolution electrophysiological data has never been easier
Our advanced acquisition and analysis software is designed to manage dense electrophysiological data sets. BrainWave facilitates real-time visualization and the extraction of key metrics from high-density microelectrode array, or multielectrode array (HD-MEA), chips.
Explore the capabilities of our high-density microelectrode arrays, also known as multielectrode arrays (HD-MEAs), and software tools by taking a look at these experimental examples and downloading the latest version of BrainWave.
Lama N., Hargreaves A.J., Stevens B., Mcginnity T.M.
SFN 2018 (San Diego)
Marrese M., Lonardoni D., Boi F., Hoorn H.V., Maccione A., Zordan S., Lannuzzi D. and Berdondini L.
Front. Cell. Neurosci. (2019) doi:https://doi.org/10.3389/fnins.2019.01023
We attended the event for BraYn 2019 this year. Meeting many young and innovative neuroscientists of the field this year. We hope we brought forth some inspiration for technological advancements in the Neuroscience field, and hopefully be a contribution to the research, experiments, and successes of the young generations today.
This new publication shows an intriguing approach to infere the intrinsic state of neurons starting from large-scale high-density MEA recordings. Applied to 3Brain data it has been made possible to determine the role of the refractory state in spatiotemporal dynamics of developing neonatal retinal waves.
On Nov 12 for the CSEM Business Day, with the theme of Deep Tech, many great special guests such as Dava Newman, Nasa former Deputy Administrator, and Lukas Viglietti, President at SwissApollo, spoke at the event. Our CEO (Mauro Gandolfo) also presented that day on the topic of Brain On Chip.
Further articles of the event will be posted shortly.
With our recent reveal of the BioCAM MultipleX at SFN19, the link to it's signing up page will be available here. Through there you will be able to subscribe exclusively for upcoming information regarding the BioCAM MultipleX.