York Instruments Signs Agreement for Three Magnetoencephalography Systems with Consortium of


The agreement expands upon a development partnership started in 2015. By first incorporating MEGSCAN™ core control electronics, the universities MEG researchers will achieve an improved signal to noise ratio through ground breaking low noise electronics. With the full MEGSCAN™ system, the universities will end their reliance on expensive liquid helium, a dwindling non-renewable resource, and [ ] The post York Instruments Signs Agreement for Three Magnetoencephalography Systems with Consortium of appeared first on STL News.
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