Advanced Electrophysiology Systems

Built around our world-leading silicon neural probe technology



Join us for a tour de force webinar series discussing a range of neuro-techniques and best practices for using our silicon neural probes in a variety of experimental settings and species from in vitro to head-fixed to free-behaving.

Learn first-hand from experts in the field as they describe their own experimental challenges and how they addressed them using our neural probes. Each online workshop includes an interactive Q+A session and panel discussion too.

Watch all Webinars now in our Knowledge Base.

NEW miniature on-skull digital headstages...


Implantable and reusable miniature digital headstage for 64 - 128 channels for freely-behaving mice; for use with all of our silicon neural probes.

Space and weight saving (0.4 grams; small-footprint 3x7 mm), mechanical-stress avoided by removing bulky Omnetics connectors from the equation with high-channel count electrophysiology opened up for the smallest of lab animals - learn more here...

Keep Calm and Neur On


No matter what the world throws at you during these uncertain times, we'll continue making and shipping our world-beating silicon neural probes along with the rest of our range of cool neuro-tools.

If you're currently planning experiments, writing funding applications, or would like to discuss any other aspect of using our tools, please reach out to us as we'd love to hear from you.

Alternatively, check out our Knowledge Base for the inside-track on key know-how and much more.

Supporting a global community of neuroscientists across academia and industry

See what our user-community has to say about their experiences with our technology...
Kevin Bolding
"I don't see any limit to the number of times we can reuse the acute probes. We must have used them around 30 times each so far and can't really see a substantial decline."

Kevin Bolding

Lab of Kevin Franks, Duke University, USA

Brain area: Olfactory bulb Species: Mice

Maxym Myroshnychenko
"I used the electrode yesterday, and its performance was stellar! I hope we can order more soon. "

Maxym Myroshnychenko

Lab of Christopher Lapish, Indiana University - Purdue University Indianapolis, USA

Brain Area: Prefrontal cortex. Species: Rat

Boleslaw Osinski
"The signal to noise ratio on these probes is so good that we were immediately able to detect small amplitude spikes after a first pass of the raw data traces through the KlustaSuite! I was astonished at how easy it was to detect spikes with these probes, especially after many failed attempts with hand made tetrodes."

Boleslaw Osinski

Lab of Leslie Kay, University of Chicago, USA

Brain area: Olfactory bulb Species: Rat