Latest Magnetoencephalography Stories
Company debuts work-in-progress helium recycler for Elekta Neuromag® TRIUX(TM) MEG system at 2014 American Epilepsy Society meeting SEATTLE, Dec.
Global custom engineered thermoplastics compounder RTP Company has developed EMI shielding compounds that are ideal for replacing metal or conductive coated plastic housings in automotive sensing
A new device enables people to see their own brain activity in real time and control or retrain function in specific brain regions.
A boost in the speed of brain scans is unveiling new insights into how brain regions work with each other in cooperative groups called networks.
Magnetic fields produced by the naturally occurring electrical currents in the brain could potentially be used as an objective test for schizophrenia and help to better understand the disease.
Researchers at Aalto University in Finland have developed the world's first device designed for mapping the human brain that combines whole-head magnetoencephalography (MEG) and magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) technology.
Successful test at PTB of optical magnetometer with potential applications in brain imaging for neurological diagnostics and in basic research.
Brain networks may avoid traffic jams at their busiest intersections by communicating on different frequencies, researchers at Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis, the University Medical Center at Hamburg-Eppendorf and the University of Tübingen have learned.
Fusion plasma researchers at the University of Warwick have teamed up with Cambridge neuroscientists to apply their expertise developed to study inaccessible fusion plasmas in order to significantly improve the understanding of the data obtained from non-invasive study of the fast dynamics of networks in the human brain.