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Grant Non-Invasive Chemistry Imaging in the whole human body(NICI)

MR Coils participates in a granted project called NICI (Non-Invasive Chemistry Imaging in the whole human body). The NICI project’s ambition is to lay the foundations of a new area of research: the study of human biology using non-invasive chemistry imaging. For this, NICI aims to unite two areas of research: metabolomics and magnetic resonance…
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Grant MR Brain

PIONEERING RESEARCH INTO BRAIN DISEASES. We are very proud to share that we received a grant for the MR Brain project along with: Screen Point Medical, Donders Institute, Radboud University and Radboud University Medical Centre. MR Brain is developing an integrated Plug 'n Play system for fast and high quality 3D imaging and 3D reconstruction…
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Stagaires gezocht/ Wanted: Interns

Ben jij op zoek naar een interessante (afstudeer)stage vanaf augustus/september 2018? Wil jij een bijdrage leveren aan de MRI revolutie? En volg jij een van de volgende opleidingen: - Elektrotechniek - (Technische) Bedrijfskunde - Technische Informatica - Werktuigbouwkunde - Industrieel Product Ontwerpen Stuur dan je CV én motivatiebrief naar hr@mrcoils.com en wie weet zien we…
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ISO 13485 certification

“Yes! After several years of hard work of all of our 65 employees and collaborators, we received ISO 13485 certification! This opens up doors to translate our MRI innovations to clinic. ”
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Participation in M-CUBE Grant

MR Coils participates in a European granted project called M-CUBE (M³: MetaMaterials antenna for ultra-high field MRI). This is coordinated by Aix Marseille University (AMU) and led by the Fresnel Institute and the Center for Magnetic Resonance in Biology and Medicine (CRMBM) together with 8 world-class academic actors and another very promising SME. The main objective…
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Meet Kevin & Bob

A clinical 3T MRI (named Kevin) and a pre-clinical 7T MRI (named Bob) are installed in our company to optimally integrate our MRI solutions.
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Bodycoil with multi transmit radiative antennas

Body MRI at 7T obtained with multi transmit radiative antennas [1]. Using efficient antennas, B1+ levels can be high, while local SAR can be low. Examples are shown of TSE from prostate, kidneys and heart [2]. Courtesy figure: Raaijmakers, van den Berg, Hoogduin et al. University Medical Center Utrecht, the Netherlands. Successful body imaging at…
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