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    Agnieszka Pregowska

    Agnieszka Pregowska is a scientist from the Institute of Fundamental Technological Research Polish Academy of Sciences. Her research is focused on biomedical signal processing, neuroinformatics, and the application of Augmented and Mixed Realities in medicine. She is an engineer working on various signal types. She collaborates with scientists from medicine, biophysics, bioengineering, computer science, statistics, and informatics to provide the inside to personalized medical diagnostics. Discovering the secrets of the human brain is her passion. She enjoys traveling, long-distance cycling, dancing, and motorization.

Author's Posts

  • Scented Candles: Aromatherapy or Silent Killers?

    Scented Candles: Aromatherapy or Silent Killers?0

    Odours can alter our mental and physical well-being. But could a burning candle also be a secret killer? An aroma in the air Ancient Egyptians often get credited for the invention of scented candles. However, we do not know their exact origins. There is some evidence that the first candles were made from whale fat

  • Light, the Brain Stimulator

    Light, the Brain Stimulator0

    In the era of COVID-19 pandemic, isolation and social distancing can take a toll on mental health. When neurons stop working correctly, people can suffer from neural disorders and neurodegenerative diseases. Targeted stimulation, that is, the non-invasive stimulation of the brain by exposure to light, may improve the treatment of neural dysfunctions. The therapeutic effects

  • How do Neurons Speak to Each Other?

    How do Neurons Speak to Each Other?0

    Human brains can solve sophisticated tasks within milliseconds, much faster than the fastest modern computers. But how can the brain be so quick? The secret of fast signals and image processing depends on coding and decoding rules. The construction of the brain’s software is the subject of an ongoing debate in neuroscience.