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Neuroimage paper on our new OPM sensor

Paper accepted in Neuroimage on our new modular OPM sensor (laser and cell separated) built at the CHBH to measure human brain MEG responses. While most OPM research in other labs relies on imported commercial sensors, this is the first UK developed sensor to measure human brain response. Our sensor is more resilient to low-frequency noise than most commercial sensors; e.g. the shielding requirements are potentially less.

Kowalczyk, A.U., Bezsudnova, Y., Jensen, O., and Barontini, G. (in press) Detection of human auditory evoked brain signals with a resilient nonlinear optically pumped magnetometer. Neuroimage.

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