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Scientists discover new biological marker for Parkinson's Disease

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A team including Nottingham MRI physicists has discovered a new biological indicator which could potentially help to track the progress of Parkinson's disease using powerful MRI scanners.
Date:
30/09/2013

Speeding up cancer diagnosis during surgery

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Nottingham physicist Dr Ioan Notingher is leading a team that has developed a new instrument to accurately differentiate cancerous from healthy cells allowing more of the healthy tissue to be conserved during surgery.
Date:
18/09/2013

Spintronics: the new Electronics

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New research, led by Nottingham physicists, and published in the journal Nature Communications, reports on the development of a new antiferromagnetic spintronic material, tetragonal CuMnAs, which could lead to faster, smaller and more efficient electronic devices..
Date:
29/08/2013

Nottingham physicists develop new brain research tool

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Physicists and neuroscientists from The University of Nottingham and University of Birmingham have unlocked one of the mysteries of the human brain, thanks to new research using functional Magnetic Resonance Imaging (fMRI) and electroencephalography (EEG).
Date:
06/08/2013

Nottingham cutting-edge MR science showcased

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Ground-breaking work developing diagnostic tests for liver disease involving physicists from the Sir Peter Mansfield Magnetic Resonance Centre is being unveiled at a prestigious exhibition this week
Date:
02/07/2013

Dr Igor Lesanovsky wins major EU grant

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Nottingham physicist, Dr Igor Lesanovsky, has won a prestigious €1.5 million European grant for a major new research project to increase our understanding of quantum matter.
Date:
02/07/2013

School Professors honoured by IoP

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Professors Peter Beton and Ed Copeland have received prestigious medals from the Institute of Physics.
Date:
01/07/2013

MPAGS Summer School 2013

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MPAGS "Quantum Matter - Foundations and Applications" Summer School, 15-19th September 2013
Date:
09/05/2013

The story of MRI - told by one of the scientists who made it possible

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At the age of 15 he was told he didn't have the qualifications to become a scientist. Today Sir Peter Mansfield, from The University of Nottingham, holds a Nobel Prize for Physiology and Medicine for his role in the development of Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI).
Date:
30/04/2013
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