A new way to monitor blood flow in the brain—the πNIRS technique—could revolutionize medical diagnostics

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Monitoring the proper blood supply to the brain is crucial, not only to prevent neurological diseases, but also to treat them. The parallel near-infrared interferometric spectroscopy technique, or simply πNIRS, could make life easier for doctors and patients worldwide.

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