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”.