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Gamma Wave

Gamma waves are a type of brain wave which can not be detected by non-invasive brain interfaces, due to their inability to penetrate the skull. They operate at the 26?100 Hz frequency band. Prior to their discovery through invasive brain interfaces, it was thought that the brain only operated at speeds of around 20hz.

They tend to spring up all around the brain; whenever a group of neurons gang together to conduct a specific thought related, or body related motor function, this is the frequency range they operate at.

See Also: Brain Waves

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(24/11/2009)
A mechanism that the brain uses to filter out distracting thoughts to focus on a single bit of information has been discovered by researchers at the Kavli Institute for Systems Neuroscience and Centre for the Biology of Memory at the Norweg...


(29/07/2014)
When you're expecting something—like the meal you've ordered at a restaurant—or when or when something captures your interest, unique electrical rhythms sweep through your brain.

These waves are called gamma oscillations and ...


(23/05/2010)
Google on Wednesday opened to the world an innovative Wave communications platform that liberates people from the constraints of traditional email.

"We are going to open up Wave to everyone today," Google Wave team chief La...


(30/04/2009)
Scientists have studied high-frequency brain waves, known as gamma oscillations, for more than 50 years, believing them crucial to consciousness, attention, learning and memory. Now, for the first time, MIT researchers and colleagues have f...


(15/03/2013)
Last May, two security researchers volunteered to look at a few suspicious e-mails sent to some Bahraini activists. Almost one year later, the two have uncovered evidence that some 25 governments, many with questionable records on human rig...