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INFANT Researchers Assess Novel Optical System to Monitor Lung Function in Babies

By |2022-01-20T10:55:09+00:00January 19th, 2022|

Researchers at University College Cork’s INFANT Centre recently commenced a study of a new non-invasive optical device that may provide real-time information on the lung function of newborn babies. By using light-emitting technology, this novel system incorporates sensors placed on a baby’s chest to detect oxygen levels in different regions of the baby’s lungs. ‘This [...]

PhD Profile: Cathal Dorgan’s Fascinating Project That Connects Maths and Neuroscience

By |2021-12-16T15:15:08+00:00December 16th, 2021|

An emerging expert in the field of non-linear dynamics, Cathal Dorgan joined INFANT as a PhD researcher in October, bringing with him cutting edge knowledge and ideas. An ambitious researcher, Cathal aspired to enrol in a postgraduate programme that offered him the opportunity to delve deeper into areas that specifically interested him after completing a [...]