• Biomedical Innovation for Everyone, Bias-Free

    4 days ago - By EMBS

    When undergraduate student Arnelle Etienne joined a research group at Carnegie Mellon University , Pittsburgh, PA, USA, to help with the development of electroencephalograph electrodes, her first task was to do some background work and learn about them. What she found was both surprising and dismaying: EEG electrodes had never worked-and still did not work on-a large segment of the population; and clinicians and researchers knew about the oversight.
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