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June 24, 2016

Brainwave Science and Raksha Shakti University support premier investigative agencies in India

Brainwave Science, LLC and Raksha Shakti University (RSU) signed Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) to work together in research, testing, support and training for patented Brain Fingerprinting Technology.
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May 25, 2016

Brainwaves – A New Type of Fingerprint

More importantly, the 100% accuracy reported here represents an important breakthrough in the field, and what is exciting is that there are many possible uses for situations where high levels of security are needed.
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April 21, 2016

Brainprints Cause Stir in Biometric Industry

Biometrics has transformed the way a person is identified for government and homeland security. But the theft of the biometric database of 9 million Israelis last year has jeopardized personal and sensitive information.
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February 5, 2016

Brainprints hit 100% accuracy at identity verification

Brainprint. Bee. Lady Gaga.When you read those words, the part of your brain that assigns meaning to words sparkled, firing neurons in a pattern that’s both consistent and unique to each of us. It’s called, in fact, a brainprint: a biometric attribute that researchers have been studying for use in authentication for years.
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January 6, 2016

Scanning for terrorism - Brain Fingerprinting offers new hope in anti-terrorism fight

The challenges faced by counterterrorism authorities are numerous. They include determining whether a person jailed for terrorism-related offences – and now due for release – has been deradicalised by imprisonment,
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December 17, 2015

Dr. ADIL Al Eid- Brig. Gen at National Information in Ministry of Interior at KSA, a renowned Saudi bio-technical expert endorses Brain Fingerprinting Technology by Brainwave Science.

According to Asharq Al-Awsat - the world’s premier Pan-Arab daily newspaper, printed simultaneously each day on four continents in 14 cities, “Brain Fingerprint” Latest, Most Accurate Technique to Detect Terrorist Activity and Dormant Criminal Cells.”
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October 13, 2014

Humane Interrogation through Scientific Technology for the Law Enforcement and Intelligence Industry

Entrepreneurial savvy visionaries, scientists and technologists founded Brainwave Science in 2012. Company started with a core belief to bring a solution, which can eliminate human suffering and torture in the process of interrogation.
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August, 2014

Guilty Conscience? Brainwave Breakthrough May Reveal Crooks

A brainwave linked to memory may be a telltale marker for criminal investigators, divulging when a person under scrutiny knows a damning morsel of knowledge — such as the weapon used to commit a murder, according to a new study from Northwestern University.
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August 25, 2014

Brain fingerprinting has been described as a controversial forensic science investigative technique.

It involves using electroencephalography (EEG) to measure brain activity and determine if a person has specific information stored in their memory.
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August 24, 2014

IT may be a controversial investigative technique, but I believe, on the back of Police Commissioner Ken Lay’s recent innovative “Blue Paper” initiative, that Victoria Police should consider “brain fingerprinting” persons of interest.
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August 20, 2014

Today Brainwave Science announces the award to use Brain Fingerprinting Technology for the police in a Southern State of US. Brainwave Science is a company that has developed and modernized Brain Fingerprinting technology to fulfill a fundamental need to prevent disasters, deliver truth and justice for governments, national security agencies, law enforcement, private corporations and even individuals.
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November 07, 2013

Brainwave Science, a thought leader at the forefront of emerging and sophisticated technology and provider of the revolutionary Brain Fingerprinting technology, recently announced the award to train and implement Brain Fingerprinting technology for Southeast Asian country.
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August, 2013

Popular news channel TV9, rated as the channel with highest viewership in India, recently featured Brain Fingerprinting technology.
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August 20, 2013

Brainwave Science to showcase its Brain Fingerprinting Technology at renowned Polygraph Conference

Brainwave Science to showcase its Brain Fingerprinting Technology at renowned Polygraph Conference at 48th Annual APA Seminar & Workshop at Hilton Orlando Bonnet Creek, Orlando, Florida.
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March 12, 2013

A look into in the offender's brain
Brainwave Science is pleased to announce that Brain Fingerprinting technology- new forensic advancement that can permanently transform the way suspects are convicted or freed is featured with its inventor Dr. Lawrence Farwell's interview in a leading Danish News Paper.
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June, 2013

Brainwave Science Brain Fingerprinting Technology is supported by Senior Sergeant at Victoria Police Force, Australia. Brain Fingerprinting Technology featured in Herald Sun Newspaper, Australia. 
The Report states:
A report dated Saturday, June 8, 2013, in The Sunday Herald Sun newspaper, in Australia, speaks of the great value of this technology: 
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May, 2013

Brainwave Science is proud to announce that its innovative Brain Fingerprinting Technology and its accomplishments are featured in May/Jun 2013 issue of Security Solutions Today. Please check out the Brain Fingerprinting Product information found at page 102 in Products Review Section of May/June 2013 Issue.
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October 24, 2011

The Dark Side Of Biometrics: 9 Million Israelis' Hacked Info Hits The Web
Biometrics are the next big thing in government and homeland security. But the recent theft of the personal information of 9 million Israelis living and dead—including the birth parents of adoptees and sensitive health information—could have big ramifications for foreign governments.
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Brainwave Science

Brain Fingerprinting scientifically detects whether specific information is stored in the brain - or not - by measuring brainwaves.

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