How can space travel affect the brain? This helmet is on a mission to collect data…

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Israeli startup brain.space is the creator of a revolutionary brain-monitoring electroencephalography helmet, which will be demoed in an extraordinary test. On Saturday, April 2, a model of the helmet will be flown to the International Space Station (ISS), where it will be tested by several astronauts to measure their brain activity. Brain.space has developed a portable helmet enabled for performing electroencephalography, i.e., the analysis of the brain’s electrical activity by more than 400 electrodes positioned on the scalp. It will soon be tested during the Axiom-1 manned space mission to …

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