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The magnet of the future MRI at 11.7 teslas of the Iseult project at NeuroSpin (CEA Paris-Saclay) reached a magnetic field of 9.51 teslas during tests carried out on Wednesday 22 May. This new level is a record since the magnet has become on this occasion the most powerful MRI magnet in the world for imaging in humans with a stored energy of 221 MJ. This successful outcome is the result of the work of the Iseult project’s team from the CEA.
The French National Infrastructure of Integrated Structural Biology (FRISBI) is now integratinf Genopole's structural biology platform into its Paris-Sud node.
The M-CUBE consortium, funded by the H2020 program, is now listed in the "success stories" of the European Commission website. A further confirmation of the interest of the work of NeuroSpin physicits and their collaborators on metamaterials to "boost" the MRI of the future.
Imaging the brain of a patient at the microscopic scale is as of yet not possible but might turn into a reality thanks to a new tool for creating virtual biopsies. This algorithm has been developed by a team of NeuroSpin (CEA-Joliot) in collaboration with the Institute of NeuroScience and Medicine of Juelich as part of the European Human Brain Project. A first study demontrsating the potentiel of the algorithm ot simulate white matter samples has been published in NeuroImage.
Directed by Thierry Meinnel, it carries out research on Integrative Biology of the Cell.
Directed by Christophe Junot, it carries out research on Molecular Innovation for human health.
Directed by Stanislas Dehaene, it is a Research Infrastructure designed to study the singularity of the brain.
Directed by Vincent Lebon, it carries out research in Molecular and Functional Imaging and provides a medical service mission.
The theme of the event is "Recent developments in imaging of infection and inflammation".
CEA is a French government-funded technological research organisation in four main areas: low-carbon energies, defense and security, information technologies and health technologies. A prominent player in the European Research Area, it is involved in setting up collaborative projects with many partners around the world.