MRI could be used to identify the most promising military canines

01/27/2013 | Verge, The

In an effort to ensure the roughly $20,000 spent per human-canine military or law enforcement pair is well used, the U.S. government may use MRI brain scans to pluck the best dogs for the job out of the pack. The government has released a call for proposals that include a training program combined with brain scanning.

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