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Nottingham University imaging research with Peter MansfieldAug 27, 2012Watch
Creating the worlds first Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) movie, 1982Aug 27, 2012Watch
The MRI scanner - how it worksAug 27, 2012Watch
Nuclear magnetic resonance - how it worksAug 27, 2012Watch
Magnetic Resonance Imaging how it works: Fourier transform and use of contrastAug 27, 2012Watch
Magnetic Resonance Imaging how it works: gradient echoes and K spaceAug 27, 2012Watch
Into industry - Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy (1982-86) applied to body metabolismAug 27, 2012Watch
Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy (1982-86) revealing tissue biochemistryAug 27, 2012Watch
Nottingham - the Birdcage CoilAug 27, 2012Watch
Scanning for birth defectsAug 27, 2012Watch
Tagging the bloodAug 27, 2012Watch
Inventions and patentsAug 27, 2012Watch
Detroit - applying MRI to visualise brain ischemiaAug 27, 2012Watch
Solving the problems of diffusion weighted imaging with navigator echoAug 27, 2012Watch
Disappointments and successesAug 27, 2012Watch
University College London a new lab at Queen Square for Europes highest field magnet, 1994Aug 27, 2012Watch
High field magnets and the magnetic susceptibility of tissueAug 27, 2012Watch
Imaging the brains of birth asphyxiated babiesAug 27, 2012Watch
A new MRI machine and 32-channel head coilAug 27, 2012Watch
Cooling the brains of birth asphyxiated babies, and other projectsAug 27, 2012Watch
Reflections on a career - Lauterbur and Mansfields Nobel PrizeAug 27, 2012Watch
Not quite scientistsAug 27, 2012Watch
Highlights of my careerAug 27, 2012Watch