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Traditional magnetoencephalographic (MEG) brain imaging scanners consist of a rigid sensor array surrounding the head; this means that they are maximally sensitive to superficial brain structures. New technology based on optical pumping means that we can now consider more flexible and creative sensor placement. Here we explored the magnetic fields generated by a model of the human hippocampus not only across scalp but also at the roof of the mouth. We found that simulated hippocampal sourcesdoi:10.1016/j.neuroimage.2020.117443 pmid:33059052 pmcid:PMC8214102 fatcat:qf2bvvdxvrcwha5ipvwi6fjlxm