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MRIs:How Do They Work?

How does MRI work, really?

For a medical exam where they ask you to stay ‘as still as possible’, an MRI sure does jump-scare patients a lot with its combination of customary claustrophobia and sudden, ear-splitting knocks at high frequencies. 451 more words

Pop Science

Baby's first home video

Taking part in science festivals in one way to engage the public with your research. Last week, Dr Bernhard Kainz, Senior Research Fellow at King’s College London presented at Imperial Festival. 675 more words

Public Engagement

MRI scans, hope or defeat

A war zone. It sounded like a war zone. Sound effects of an AK47 gun amid MRI vibrations and banging noises usually taking place on construction sites. 881 more words

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Magnetic Resonance Imaging

MRI basics

Magnetic Resonance Imaging, or MRI, often called structural MRI or T1-weighted images, is a non-invasive, painless and safe medical procedure that uses magnetism, radio waves, and a computer to produce images of body structures and, particularly of interest, of brain tissue.  2,511 more words

NeuroImaging

How To Murder Someone With An MRI

A little-known and harmless side effect of MRIs gives us an intriguing way to murder people. Tricking them into getting an MRI would be tough, but afterwards?

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Tips And Tricks

H is for Helium

By Jonathan Farrow from The Thoughtful Pharaoh

Say goodbye to foil floating hearts on Valentines, shimmering floating shamrocks on St. Patty’s, and the prospect of tying thousands of balloons to your house and abducting a neighbourhood boy scout.   659 more words

Science

World’s Hottest Pepper Saves Man's Life

Randy Schmitz Survives: ‘The Tumor Would Not Have Been Discovered had it not been for the Hot Sauce’

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