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Affordable Near-Infrared Open-Source Wearable Brain-Monitoring Device Revolutionizes Neuroscience

June 20th 2024

Researchers from Vanderbilt University and Stanford University School of Medicine have developed a low-cost, wearable functional near-infrared spectroscopy (fNIRS) headband. This device, described as the first open-source, wireless fNIRS headband system, enables neuroimaging in naturalistic settings, making brain monitoring more accessible and versatile.

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Determination of Saponin Compounds of Panax notoginseng Roots Using FT-IR Spectroscopy

June 20th 2024

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Using Near-Infrared (NIR) Spectroscopy and Mid-Infrared (MIR) Spectroscopy to Detect the Cricket Powder in Plant Flours

June 20th 2024

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A Brief Review of the Latest Spectroscopic Research in Environmental Analysis

June 18th 2024

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Cutting-Edge Near-infrared Wearable Neuroimaging Technologies Promise New Insights

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