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MRI zooms in on microscopic flow


"Better and faster results!" is the clarion call for scientists and engineers to continually strive to improve their research tools. Of the tools used to study material structures at the atomic and molecular scales, there is none finer than Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) spectroscopy and its ...


Thomson Reuters Predicts Nobel Laureates


Thomson Reuters announced the 2009 Thomson Reuters Citation Laureates - researchers likely to be in contention for Nobel honors - in anticipation of this year's Nobel Prize winners in the sciences and in economics to be announced from October 5-12. Each year, data from ISI Web of Knowledge® is ...



Targeted gene suppression in cancer cells


Diagnosis and treatment in one go: Korean researchers led by Tae Gwan Park and Jinwoo Cheon have developed the basis for a four-in-one agent that can detect, target, and disable tumor cells while also making them macroscopically and microscopically visible. As they report in the journal ...


First Science from the Compact Light Source: A miniature synchrotron for your home lab


In 2004 Lyncean Technologies announced the construction of the Compact Light Source (CLS), a miniature synchrotron which uses inverse Compton scattering to produce high-intensity, tunable, near-monochromatic x-ray beams. The CLS was designed to bring state-of-the-art protein structure ...


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To make better MRI images, let the atoms spin out of control


Scientists in the USA and in France have made a new theoretical advance in atomic behavior that could lead to sharper magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) pictures. The discovery could one day help enable the development of portable MRI machines. In the Journal of Chemical Physics, they explain why ...


Duke innovations improve accuracy of MRI as internal 'thermometer'


Duke University chemists say they have developed a new way to measure temperature changes inside the body with unprecedented precision by correcting a subtle error in the original theory underlying Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI). "We can get five to 10 times better accuracy in temperature maps ...


Room temperature superconductivity

One step closer to the Holy Grail of physics


Scientists at the University of Cambridge have for the first time identified a key component to unravelling the mystery of room temperature superconductivity, according to a paper published in current edition of the scientific journal Nature. The quest for room temperature superconductivity has ...


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Berkeley Scientists Bring MRI/NMR to Microreactors


In a significant step towards improving the design of future catalysts and catalytic reactors, especially for microfluidic "lab-on-a-chip" devices, researchers with the U.S. Department of Energy's Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (Berkeley Lab) and the University of California (UC) at ...


SYGNIS' AX200 shows efficacy in stroke patients

Phase IIa results exceed expectations


Wolf-Rüdiger Schäbitz, MD, principal investigator of the SYGNIS AXIS study, using AX200 for the treatment of acute ischemic stroke, presented an expert analysis of the Phase IIa results. AX200 was found to be safe and revealed efficacy in stroke patients. The in-depth analysis of the study data ...


Better Insight into Brain Anatomical Structures

Manganese oxide nanoparticles as contrast agents for brain magnetic resonance imaging


Magnetic resonance imaging is a very effective method for revealing anatomical details of soft tissues. Contrast agents can help to make these images even clearer and allow physiological processes to be followed in real time. Conventional gadolinium complexes currently used as MRI contrast agent ...


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