data will be information collected from sources in Western Europe including leading research centers located in France, Germany, Switzerland, and England. Areas where MRU is exceptionally well qualified to study or conduct experiments are: Validation of current scientific progress, and trends in various foreign countries and identification of research capabilities of foreign laboratories and experimenters. Determination of technological state-of-the-art develop-ments and implications. Preparation of technological forecasts and assessments. Definition of systems which improve man's relationship to his environment Determination of potentially beneficial health programs and innovative medical research which highlights causal or preventive factors in human illness and disease. Determination and identification of specific user require-ments with respect to new technologies and concepts in the health, education, and welfare areas. Development of programs for further investigation based on the particular users' requirements where an advanced tech-nology approach involving a multi-disciplinary effort is involved. To be able to offer such a broad spectrum of research and analysis capability to its customers, MRU has brought together many leading scientists and experi-menters in the multi-disciplinary field of biocommunications which includes the sciences of bionics, biophysics, psychophysics, psychology, physiology neuropsychiatry, cybernetics and systems engineering. This team is available to conduct research and analyses based on the unique data available at MRU and/or that which may be made available- by the customer. Representative problem areas that could be studied and are fully within the capability of MRU include: Man-machine cybernetic interactions Special sensory biophysical activities Bioluminescent and bioenergetic emissions Improvement of human performance via biofeedback techniques Effects of altered states of consciousness on the human psyche
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