Center for Hyperpolarization in Magnetic Resonance

Welcome to HYPERMAG

Center for Hyperpolarization in Magnetic Resonance (HYPERMAG) is committed to addressing basic scientific questions of hyperpolarization by providing a theoretical and experimental basis of the magnetic resonance signal and optimal ways of extracting information about the system to enable new vistas in medicine, biology and chemistry.

HYPERMAG is funded by Danish National Research Foundation and DTU.

WELCOME TO HYPERMAG

Center for Hyperpolarization in Magnetic Resonance (HYPERMAG) is committed to addressing basic scientific questions of hyperpolarization by providing a theoretical and experimental basis of the magnetic resonance signal and optimal ways of extracting information about the system to enable new vistas in medicine, biology and chemistry.

HYPERMAG is funded by Danish National Research Foundation and DTU.

(Photo: Torben Nielsen)

WELCOME TO HYPERMAG

Center for Hyperpolarization in Magnetic Resonance (HYPERMAG) is committed to addressing basic scientific questions of hyperpolarization by providing a theoretical and experimental basis of the magnetic resonance signal and optimal ways of extracting information about the system to enable new vistas in medicine, biology and chemistry.

HYPERMAG is funded by Danish National Research Foundation and DTU.

WELCOME TO HYPERMAG

Center for Hyperpolarization in Magnetic Resonance (HYPERMAG) is committed to addressing basic scientific questions of hyperpolarization by providing a theoretical and experimental basis of the magnetic resonance signal and optimal ways of extracting information about the system to enable new vistas in medicine, biology and chemistry.

HYPERMAG is funded by Danish National Research Foundation and DTU.

On 13-17 November 2017 HYPERMAG hosts a practical course on Principles and Applications of Dissolution DNP.

 

Invited lecturers: A. Comment, M. E. Merritt and W. Th. Wenckebach.

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http://www.hypermag.dtu.dk/
22 FEBRUARY 2017