GE, NFL partner to develop imaging systems to ID head trauma

The National Football League has entered a four-year, $50 million partnership with General Electric for the creation of imaging technology that would improve diagnosis of concussions. The initiative also aims to promote better protection of the brain for players, and the efforts could result in new technologies within a few years. The first part of the project will devote $30 million over four years to the development of imaging systems to identify head trauma.

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