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March 25th, 2007
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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