During this four part Tech Cast series Matt Borkowski from Aurora Scientific addresses the latest innovations to their Dynamic Muscle Control and Analysis Software (DMC LabBook). Matt gives an overview of the program before talking about the three core functions and improvements to the software: study management, the visual experiment editor, and the pre-launch window, and going for a deeper dive into each one with a complete software demonstration.
 - Introduction and Summary - DMC LabBook by Aurora Scientific
 - Study Management Overview and Demonstration - DMC LabBook by Aurora Scientific
 - Experiment Editor Overview and Demonstration - DMC LabBook by Aurora Scientific
 - Pre-Launch Window Overview and Demonstration - DMC LabBook by Aurora Scientific
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Matthew Borkowski is a biomedical engineer and a graduate of the University of Toronto. He has been involved in product design and customer support at Aurora Scientific for over 10 years. Today, he spends much of his time in the lab consulting with scientists, assisting with novel application of Aurora Scientific instruments in various disciplines, including muscle, tendon, and connective tissue research.
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