On their own, the individual components of the robot are basically just dumb pieces of steel. But using the magnetic field of an MRI machine, they can be manipulated and guided into doing very specific things.
When magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scanners reach the end of their lifetime, hospitals have to deal with a large piece of electronic waste, stuffed with potentially dangerous parts. Unless a physics lab can make use of them. Read more >>
Researchers have always been curious as to where the sound of joints cracking comes from and put a hand under MRI to find out (and for us to see visualised in real time). They've figured it out. Read More >>
The Magnetom Prisma Tim+Dot System 3 Tesla is one of the most powerful, state of the art medical imaging devices in the marketplace. It also looks fantastic. I’d call it the iPod of all “MRI players”.