LYON, France—A neuroscience program funded by the French armament procurement agency (DGA) is studying how to determine whether two pilots are coordinating well, and what to do if they are not on the same page. The research goal is to measure how synchronized two brains are when they are supposed to be working together. The program, dubbed Hyperscan, is using Functional Near-InfraRed Spectroscopy (fNIRS) for real-time brain activity imaging in a laboratory environment. The monitoring ...

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