In-ear monitoring of brain states and of lactate in sweat

An in-ear integrated array of sensors for electroencephalography, electrooculography and electrodermal activity and for lactate can be used to concurrently monitor brain states and lactate levels in sweat.

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The cover illustrates the integration, on an earbud, of sensors for brain activity (via electroencephalography, electrooculography and electrodermal activity) and of lactate levels (electrochemically, in sweat).

See Xu et al.

Image: Yuchen Xu, University of California San Diego. Cover design: Alex Wing.

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