Brain imaging technology designed for babies

Scientists in the UK have demonstrated technology that could allow us to better understand a baby’s brain during moments of natural activity.

The brain imaging technology has been developed by teams from UCL, Cambridge University, the Rosie Hospital in Cambridge and Gowerlabs.

It uses high-density diffuse optical tomography (HD-DOT) and has been tested on six-month old infants.


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