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Alternative of Electrodes to Study the Human Brain:

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  • Jun 18, 2021

Our brain is considered as one of the most complex structures in our body and it has millions of connections through which we can establish communication, movements, thoughts and other things. Many a point of time, the brain performs different functions, simultaneously. The brain has the ability and superpower to process information using both slow and fast currents and through this current many things can be derived. Until now, researchers used a different technique to gather the data. They used electrodes that are centered placed inside the brain to measure the latter. Researchers have now successfully visualized and imagine these quick brain signals from the outside and found a surprising degree of variability and extraordinary results were captured. The most complex process in our body is processing of information. The processing happens at a fast speed so there are chances of failure and this disruption in the process often leads to severe neurological disorders.

To understand the myriad of disease, the study of signal transmission inside the brain is, therefore, an ultimate key to understanding something which is hidden from us. From a methodological point of view, it creates a major challenge for researchers to find it. The desire to observe and analyze the brain nerve cells without placing highly effective electrodes inside the brain has led to the emergence of two techniques featuring high temporal resolution.