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Elsevier is a global information analytics business that helps institutions and professionals advance healthcare, open science and improve performance for the benefit of humanity.

We help researchers make new discoveries, collaborate with their colleagues, and give them the knowledge they need to find funding. We help governments and universities evaluate and improve their research strategies. We help doctors save lives, providing insight for physicians to find the right clinical answers, and we support nurses and other healthcare professionals throughout their careers. Our goal is to expand the boundaries of knowledge for the benefit of humanity.

VPixx Technologies

VPixx Technologies is a privately held company serving the vision research community by developing innovative hardware and software tools for vision scientists. Founded in 2001 by Peter April, VPixx Technologies has built an international reputation for supplying quality instruments to researchers in the fields of visual psychophysics, electrophysiology, cognition, fMRI, and MEG. VPixx Technologies has assembled a creative team of engineers and scientists, all dedicated to enabling new research. Our revolutionary VideoBahn fiber-optic architecture provides vision scientists with high refresh rate video coupled with fast eye tracking, and digital, analog, and audio I/O, all synchronized with microsecond precision. Ask our staff scientists how we can help advance your research.


NeuroNexus powers neuroscience research through innovative neural probes, systems, and data analytics software. NeuroNexus probes include a full line of high-quality, customizable microelectrode arrays for electrophysiology and optogenetics research. NeuroNexus systems provide integrated plug-and-play solutions to support diverse neurophysiology experiments and workflows. The NeuroNexus data analytics software platform provides powerful, scalable, cross-platform analytical and visualization tools for managing and analyzing neurophysiological data — from individual experiments to complex multi-investigator ‘big data’.