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It’s a noninvasive procedure that involves placing patients in an fMRI machine and training them to pattern their own neural activity to match some standard, presumably healthier mental state.Fresh off a Pulitzer win for ‘The Overstory,’ Richard Powers delivers another environmental ode|Ron Charles|September 21, 2021|Washington Post
He’s also working with the Nature Conservancy to set up noninvasive, solar-powered cameras on Palmyra Atoll, an island in the heart of the Pacific Ocean surrounded by more than 15,000 acres of coral reef.The Brilliant 10: The most innovative up-and-coming minds in science|Bill Gourgey|September 20, 2021|Popular-Science
When the pandemic led to a surge in demand for accurate, noninvasive thermometers, Exergen increased manufacturing capacity more than fourfold in 2020.
NextMind’s noninvasive brain-computer interfaceParis-based NextMind has developed a real-time brain-computer interface that reads your brain’s response to what you’re looking at, and then does what your mind asks the machine to do.
This test is a noninvasive cat scan (CT scan) of your heart to look for coronary calcium buildup.