Dr. Lawrence Farwell, PhD -- Inventor of Brain Fingerprinting and Chief Scientist.
Dr. Farwell has a BA from Harvard University and a PhD from the University of Illinois, and is a former research associate at Harvard Medical School. He has published extensively in the peer-reviewed scientific literature, and has testified on Brain Fingerprinting as an expert witness in court and in hearings before the U.S. Senate.
Dr. Farwell is a neuroscientist and is the inventor of Brain Fingerprinting technology. He developed the first brainwave-based brain-computer interface (BCI), and pioneered research using brainwaves to allow paralyzed patients to use brainwaves to communicate with a computer, communicate through speech synthesizers, and control robots.
TIME Magazine selected Dr. Farwell to the TIME 100: The Next Wave, the
innovators who may be the Picasso's or Einstein's of the 21st Century.