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March 25th, 2007
Powerful new MRI keeps Queensland scientists at forefront of brain science
Located at The University of Queensland's Centre for Magnetic Resonance (CMR) and purchased with the assistance of Qld Government Smart State Funding, the new 16.4T MRI wide-bore spectrometer is one of fewer than six such machines anywhere in the world.
"This instrumentation is a key addition to the imaging capacity being built at this university to support major initiatives in molecular imaging, cognitive and anatomical neuroscience, biomarker development and nanotechnology," Professor Brereton said.
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