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Mind hunters: how neurotech can solve our brain-health crisis

German chancellor Angela Merkel visits the section for measuring brainwaves at the new research center for dementia diseases, DZNE, at the university hospital in Bonn, Germany

German chancellor Angela Merkel visits the research centre for dementia diseases in Bonn. Image: REUTERS/Wolfgang Rattay

Kunal Ghosh
Founder and CEO, Inscopix
Thomas Insel
Co-founder and president, Mindstrong Health
Olivier Oullier
President, EMOTIV
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