COLORADO SPRINGS, CO--(Marketwire - September 17, 2009) -
ADInstruments, leading provider of
high-performance data acquisition systems for the life sciences, recently
announced a corporate giving program designed to help and support the
research and teaching community. ADInstruments corporate giving program is
aimed at promoting scientific knowledge and interest in both research and
ADInstruments is supporting the scientific community with grants available
in the form of equipment, training, sponsorship and prizes. Grants are
offered on a regular basis to support students, young researchers and
organizations including high schools, universities and research groups.
Scientific research and education events are also supported with a variety
of sponsorship opportunities including travel grants, workshop/poster
sessions, student prizes, special interest group workshops and guest
"Our corporate giving program is our way of helping and giving something
back to the life science community. We hope that by contributing to the
community we are able to assist researchers, students or organizations and
also help promote interest in the life sciences," said Graham Milliken,
President and CEO of ADInstruments.
Recent ADInstruments grant and support recipients include the New Orleans
Regional Science & Math Center, The Jackson Laboratory, Northwestern
College in Iowa, the Brain Bee Challenge and American Physiology Society
PhUn Week and many more. ADInstruments corporate giving information,
guidelines, current grants on offer, and recent grant recipients can be
assessed by visiting http://www.adinstruments.com/corporate_giving.
ADInstruments is a world-leading provider of computer-based data
acquisition and analysis systems for scientific applications in academic
and commercial laboratories. ADInstruments offers powerful turn-key
multi-channel data recording hardware and software solutions for Windows
and Macintosh computer.
ADInstruments PowerLab® data acquisition system with LabChart®, Scope and
LabTutor® software enable users to record, display and analyze life science
data quickly and efficiently. There are over 25,000 PowerLab systems
installed worldwide, used in scientific applications including
neurophysiology, cardiovascular physiology, pharmacology and more. To date,
there are more than 30,000 references to ADInstruments products in Google
Scholar. ADInstruments is headquartered in Sydney, Australia and has
offices in the United States, Germany, the United Kingdom, New Zealand,
Japan, India, China, Malaysia, Chile and Brazil.