SQUID Sensors: “The Heart” of Biomagnetism

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SQUID Sensors: “The Heart” of Biomagnetism

Superconducting magnets (or SQUID sensors as they are known in the magnetic sensors industry) have been considered “the heart” of the biomedical arena, especially in equipment use in Magneto-encephalography (MEG) in the innovative Fetal magneto-cardiography (FMCG) and FMEG. This has … Continue reading

“Brain Scan Offers First Biological Test in Diagnosis of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder”


  Researchers use a brain-scanning technique to find differences in the neural connections of PTSD patients that could help researchers understand and treat the disorder By Carina Storrs | January 22, 2010 An event such as sexual assault or a battlefield injury is … Continue reading