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EEG Unlocks the Mysteries of the Deep Brain

News   Feb 28, 2019 | Original Press Release from the University of Geneva

 
Gentle Method Unlocks the Mysteries of the Deep Brain

The electroencephalogram records the electrical activity of the brain in a non-invasive way using 256 electrodes placed on the scalp. Thanks to mathematical algorithms combined with anatomical imaging, we can see what is happening in the deepest part of our brain, without having to enter it directly. Credit: © UNIGE

 
 
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