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A team from NeuroSpin, in collaboration with researchers from the Sainte-Anne Hospital and from the University of Minho, has developed, using magnetic resonance imaging, a unique set of resources for the analysis and visualization of preclinical data in the rat brain.
NeuroSpin researchers have developed a software for preprocessing non-human primate brain raw images obtained by functional magnetic resonance imaging. The aim is to help harmonize methods, improve procedures, facilitate comparison and interpretation of the acquired images and to minimize the number of animals to be used in research.
A team from I2BC@Saclay, in collaboration with the CNRS (ICMMO, UPSud and ISM2, Aix-Marseille University) has shown that the use of a reversible electron acceptor, able to accept and transfer an electron, in place of a sacrificial electron donor optimizes efficient and clean photocatalysis reactions for the production of organic compounds of interest.
The Frédéric Joliot Institute for Life Sciences obtains the label of 13 research projects for the recruitment of talented international students in the fields of numerical simulation and scientific computing. Applications must be sent by April 30, 2020.
168 participants from 21 countries attented the 2019 International Conference on Magnetic Resonance Microscopy (ICMRM) that took place from 18-22 August in Paris. It was co-organized by Luisa Ciobanu (NeuroSpin) and Dimitrios Sakellariou (KU Leuven).
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.
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.