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Baby Brainscans
Neuroscience Posted by on Tuesday July 29, @09:55PM
from the itty-bitty-brains dept.
Well, it's not as accurate as fMRI, but it's definitely less intimidating and easier to use. The BBC brings us an article about a "hairnet" that allows scientists to study the inner workings of a baby's brain, including object persistence and other developmental stages. The contraption was developed by the people at Birkbeck University's Babylab. For more information check out their research page.

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