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May 1, 2015
Second generation "portable" MRI device uses low-power magnetic fields to image the brain and other soft-tissue anatomy.

Second generation "portable" MRI device uses low-power magnetic fields to image the brain and other soft-tissue anatomy.

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Portable MRI could aid wounded soldiers and children in the Third World

Scientists are developing an ultra-low-field Magnetic Resonance Imaging system that could be low-power and lightweight enough for forward deployment on the battlefield and to field hospitals in the World's poorest regions.

HAWC Observatory to study universe’s most energetic phenomena

Inaugural ceremony to mark completion of powerful system to detect gamma rays and cosmic rays.

Using magnetic fields to understand high-temperature superconductivity

The eventual goal of the research would be to create a superconductor that operates at room temperature and needs no cooling at all.

Los Alamos offers new insights into radiation damage evolution

Two reports are helping crack the code of how certain materials respond in the highly-damaging radiation environments within a nuclear reactor.

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May issue of Community Connections

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Portable MRI developed at Los Alamos


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