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I-LABS is now home to a one-ton machine that can safely read the mind of a seven-pound baby, yielding important clues into how, where and when human learning happens. The exquisitely sensitive MEG brain imaging device can map the mental activity of an infant only a few days old and proves that newborn brains are anything but empty.
By combining state-of-the-art brain-imaging technology and behavioral measures, I-LABS laboratories are helping to shape tomorrow’s guidelines for early learning, both prior to school and in school, as they explore the influence of biology and culture on child development.