Many scientists and educators have already found uses for Zeo and SoftWave™ technology in research projects and in the classroom. Some of the resulting research has been published:
Two abstracts from Chris Drake's group at the Henry Ford Hospital in Michigan report on novel data that indicate that ZQ (Zeo's single number summary of a night of sleep) is sensitive to the positive effects of sleep extension, as well as the negative effects of caffeine use close to bedtime. Both abstracts presented as talks in June 2010 at the 24th Annual Meeting of the Associated Professional Sleep Societies.
As a part of the largest objective measurement study of student sleep in their home environments, these data (from Cornell University) show the power of using objective measurements for sleep in addition to a sleep habits focused intervention for increasing total sleep time in a student population. This was presented as a poster in June 2010 at the 24th Annual Meeting of the Associated Professional Sleep Societies.
In addition to these research studies, Zeo has been used for education in college and university classrooms such as Brown University in Providence, RI, and Stonehill College in Easton, MA.
Inquiries and Support
We recognize the incredible importance of researchers and educators, and also the challenges that they face in continuing their work. In order to do our part, we often support and provide special pricing for vital research and education efforts.
If you are interested in using Zeo or SoftWave technology in your research or in the classroom, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.