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Saturday, October 17, 2015

Imaging living brain

Imaging study shows you (and your fluid intelligence) can be identified by your brain activity
October 13, 2015

A connectome maps connections between different brain networks (credit: Emily Finn) Your brain activity appears to be as unique as your fingerprints, a new Yale-led “connectome fingerprinting” study published Monday (Oct. 12) in the journal Nature Neuroscience has found. By analyzing* “connectivity profiles” (coordinated activity between pairs of brain regions) of fMRI (functional magnetic resonance imaging) images from 126 subjects, the Yale researchers were able to … more…

Noninvasive imaging method can look twice as deep inside the living brain
October 16, 2015
OCT image-ftUniversity of Washington (UW) researchers have developed a noninvasive light-based imaging technology that can literally see inside the living brain at more than two times the depth, providing a new tool to study how diseases like dementia, Alzheimer’s, and brain tumors change brain tissue over time. The work was reported Oct. 8 by Woo June Choi and Ruikang … more…

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