Japanese consortium develops 250-point scanner
This article was originally published in Clinica
Results of Japanese clinical trials of a 250-point high- resolution magnetoencephalometer are expected within the next six months. Developed by the Superconductive Sensor Research Laboratory, the magnetoencephalometer is designed to ascertain the state of brain cells' activity. Funding came from ten Japanese companies, including medical device manufacturers and the Basic Technology Research and Promotion Centre, reports Japan Medical Review.