Free Clinical Biomechanics Textbook to 15 Qualified Graduate Students

May 3rd, 2018|Categories: News|

The Comprehensive Textbook of Clinical Biomechanics (April 2018) by Professor Jim Richards is a thought-provoking textbook suitable for students and professionals from both the research and clinical worlds. Ground-breaking discoveries in understanding the neuromuscular system by revered scientists from Francisco Redi (1626-1697) [...]

Delsys Hosts Open House for National Biomechanics Day

April 16th, 2018|Categories: News|

Delsys, Altec, and the De Luca Foundation thank the engineering students from Boston University, University of Rhode Island, University of Connecticut and Worcester Polytechnic Institute for attending their 1st open house on April 11, 2018, coinciding with the annual National Biomechanics Day. Over 40+ students attended the open [...]

The 16th Annual Delsys Prize is now open

April 11th, 2018|Categories: Delsys Prize, News|

The De Luca Foundation is pleased to announce the 16th Annual Delsys Prize – Promoting Innovation in Electromyography. The Delsys Prize is an annual competition established in 2003 by Professor Carlo J. De Luca to promote innovative uses of Electromyography. [...]

Inspiring young engineers with Delsys innovation during the WPI Start-up Showcase

March 29th, 2018|Categories: Careers, News|

Delsys Lead Research Engineer, Dr. Joshua Kline, pitched engineering opportunities to Worcestor Polytechnic Institute students at the Start-up Showcase on Wednesday, March 28, 2018. Students across the engineering disciplines turned out to learn how they can get involved in cutting-edge [...]

Pattern Recognition Algorithms Help Study Neural Firing Behavior During Natural Human Movement

March 27th, 2018|Categories: News, Press Releases|

New dEMG Wireless Sensor for the Trigno Avanti Platform: A Breakthrough Tool for Investigating Neuromuscular Diseases Measurements of neural firings during natural movements enable scientists and clinicians to investigate and monitor the progression of neuromuscular diseases like CP, ALS, or [...]

Year 2017 in Review

December 6th, 2017|Categories: News|

A Tribute to Professor De Luca’s Dream Like any products with strong commercial history, Delsys technology is based on the time-tested premise: “First make it work, then make it better” The dEMG system is one such textbook example and we’re pleased to continue moving [...]

Dr. Joshua C. Kline at The University of Rhode Island EMBS Society Meeting

October 4th, 2017|Categories: News Gallery|

Delsys Lead Research Engineer, Dr. Joshua C. Kline, gave a seminar at the University of Rhode Island EMBS society meeting on October 2nd 2017. Students across the disciplines of biomedical, electrical and computer engineering attended the session to learn how [...]

CENTURY TIAN HONG INTL. GROUP LTD to lead Delsys China Expansion

August 2nd, 2017|Categories: News|

CENTURY TIAN HONG INTL. GROUP LTD, working in partnership with Delsys Inc. and operating as Delsys China, will offer customers in China and Hong Kong a broad portfolio of high performance Electromyography instruments and biomechanical sensors for life science research [...]

Marching Forward to Advance Our Understanding of Human Movement.

July 20th, 2017|Categories: News|

Time flies quickly. The support my colleagues and I have received from the biomechanics community in the past 12 months has been heart-warming. We are grateful. Our commitment to the biomechanics community continues through ground-breaking work and publications by our [...]

Does Central Fatigue Limit Muscle Force Generation Capacity During Fatigue?

June 27th, 2017|Categories: News, News Gallery|

Alessio Puleo presented his work at ISBS 2017 challenging the role of central factors in the development of muscle fatigue. Mechanisms of muscle fatigue are commonly divided into peripheral factors, which develop within the muscle and impair muscle performance, and [...]