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Springfield :: IL :: USA | over 3 years ago

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This episode takes up shortly after last episode ended, with William Bell's soul in control of Olivia's body. Together, s/he and Walter are trying to find another body for the permanent housing of Bell's soul. At one point, they even consider putting

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New York City :: NY :: USA | over 3 years ago

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NeuroFocus unveiled the first dry, wireless headset designed to capture brainwave activity across the full brain today at the 75th Annual Advertising Research Foundation conference being held at the Marriott Marquis in New York .  Developed over the

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Menlo Park :: CA :: USA | over 3 years ago

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Medtronic's senior vice president and president for Europe, Canada, Latin America and Emerging Markets, directing operations in those regions. Menlo Park-based Nevro has developed a therapy for spinal cord stimulation for the treatment of chronic

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El Granada :: CA :: USA | over 3 years ago

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Your email address will be used by Medgadget editorial team only...Wednesday, March 16, 2011 Adding to its Activa line of deep brain stimulation (DBS) devices, Medtronic has announced the US and European launch of its new Activa SC DBS system.

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London :: United Kingdom | over 3 years ago

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High-tech hairnet can speed up Alzheimer's detection London: A revolutionary 'hairnet' that tracks brain waves could speed up the detection of Alzheimer's. Called the Cognition System, the high-tech hairnet is undergoing trials in the US. If these

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Charlottesville :: VA :: USA | over 3 years ago

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Newswise Parkinson's disease symptoms begin subtly and worsen as damage to certain brain cells continues. But an electrical stimulation device implanted deep in the brain and programmed remotely, along with medications, may provide some control of

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Dallas :: TX :: USA | over 3 years ago

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Your email address will be used by Medgadget editorial team only...Monday, January 17, 2011 Researchers from University of Texas at Dallas and spin-off company MicroTransponder Inc. are reporting in Nature a successful treatment of rats with tinnitus

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New York City :: NY :: USA | over 3 years ago

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The Economic Monitor Subscribe to The Economic Monitor to get the day's most relevant news, data and anlaysis . Sample XWave is able to take the faintest electrical impulses transmitted through the skulll to the surface of the forehead and converts

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Tōkyō :: Japan | over 3 years ago

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Severely disabled people may someday be able to manipulate machines with their brain waves, making them respond the way they want, if a group of scientists from Osaka University Hospital and elsewhere has its way. Starting next fiscal year, the team

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Toronto :: Canada | over 3 years ago

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Doc Brown, the crazy inventor from Back to the Future, may not have perfected his mind-reading contraption, but real scientists have. Gamers set aside their joysticks recently to test out a new video game...InteraXon, a Canadian digital innovations

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