The recording from our Sophion webinar on ‘how the use QPatch Compact as an educational tool’ is now available
Last week, guest speakers professor Diane Lipscombe and two of her first-year neuroscience graduate students, Adit Sabnis, and Alice Lin from Brown University, United States, shared their experiences working with QPatch Compact during a recent neuroscience course. The webinar also included a short introduction to QPatch Compact by Michael Sonnested, Global Product Manager, Sophion Bioscience.
QPatch Compact has proven to be a key differentiating factor for teaching electrophysiology and biophysics to university-level graduate students. In this webinar, we demonstrate the great potential of QPatch Compact as a teaching tool for electrophysiology, biophysics, and neuroscience in a university teaching setting.
Click below to access the recorded webinar and learn more about QPatch Compact as an educational tool: