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Posted by Gemma Hadley on IET Healthcare Technologies Network May 11, 2015 4:29 BST

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Brain computer interfaces bring neuroscience to the masses


It may not have quite the power of superhero Professor X's telepathic ability, but electroencephalography has contributed greatly to the advancement of neuroscience as well as to everyday neurological practice. Now this unique and powerful technology is on its way to the consumer market.

Read more at the E&T magazine

  • Posted Thu 21 May 2015 03:30 BST

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