Brain science’s biggest roadblock: Collecting better data without killing people
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Historically, there has been no safe, non-invasive and/or efficient method with deep penetration for modulating the human brain in vivo—stimulating or suppressing certain brain processes in a living person. Ultrasound, however, offers a promising approach, especially when used in combination with other non-invasive techniques. Ultrasound—a decades-proven technique in which the echoes of high-frequency sound waves off internal body tissue are converted into sonogram images—can safely penetrate...

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