Posts tagged with ‘MRI’

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Funeral arrangements for Sir Peter Mansfield

The funeral service of Sir Peter Mansfield will be held at 12 noon on Wednesday 1 […]

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Professor Sir Peter Mansfield FRS, 1933-2017

Tributes have been paid to Nobel laureate Professor Sir Peter Mansfield, who has died at the […]

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The executive control network in bilinguals study

This is an invitation for staff and students to take part in a neuroimaging experiment that […]

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George Green’s contribution to MRI: how a Nottingham miller contributed to a Nobel Prize-winning invention

Professor Roger Bowley presents ‘George Green’s contribution to MRI: how a Nottingham miller contributed to a Nobel Prize-winning invention’.

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Small Change Big Impact supports dementia research

Small Change: Big Impact – which enables University staff to donate a few pence from their […]

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Life Cycle 5: Gearing up to beat dementia

Get involved and read about this year’s plans to raise £350,000 to fund our world-leading research into […]

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From Star Trek to medical imaging: the physics of MRI

Part of the Science public lecture series. Professor Penny Gowland discusses the physics of MRI, famously ‘predicted’ in Star Trek.

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Spotlight

A round-up of University news in the past month.

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Scientists learn to better read our minds

A new technique which lets scientists ‘see’ our brain waves at work could revolutionise our understanding of the human body’s most complex organ and help transform the lives of people suffering from schizophrenia and ADHD.

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