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Neurosurgeon runs marathon whilst monitoring his brain activity

Dutch neurosurgeon Kuan Kho, 42, has run the 50th edition of the Enschede marathon on 22 April in Enschede for research he is currently working on. The pioneering research uses electrodes to observe brain activity which monitors the onset of epileptic seizures.

Kho has been the first person to run a marathon whilst his EEG was continuously being monitored. The rhythm and waves of the brain were measured with 23 electrodes, as part of important research into epilepsy. Previously there has been technical research with motion sensors on muscle activation and breathing, but never before with an EEG as being done with the Mobita EEG system.

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Learning in your sleep!

Learning a new language during your sleep? Science fiction, or reality? Researchers from the VUmc think it will become reality in the near future. Using a Refa EEG system, Dr. Lucia Talamini is performing research on learning in your sleep.

For more information, please check one of the following links:

- TC Tubantia (local newspaper, Dutch) 

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Lowlands: typing with your brain!

Typing without using your hands. It sounds impossible, but at the 25th edition of the Lowlands festival, you could try it out yourself. Researchers from Radboud University were testing their technique which can be used to type words without using your hands or arms, but by scanning your brain activity. The researchers used TMSi's Porti system in combination with water-based EEG electrodes for a quick set-up!

For more information, please check one of the following links:

- NOS (Dutch) 

- Radboud University (both Dutch and English)

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