A neuroscientist explains: magnetic resonance imaging – podcast

A neuroscientist explains: magnetic resonance imaging – podcast

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By: Presented and Produced by Max Sanderson with Daniel Glaser | A neuroscientist explains: magnetic resonance imaging – podcast | Neuroscience | The Guardian

Dr Daniel Glaser explores the history and science behind a well known method of brain imaging, including a trip for producer Max into an MRI scanner

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This week, Observer Magazine columnist and neuroscientist Dr Daniel Glaser delves into the world of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). How does it work? Where did it come from? And what can it tell us about the intricacies of the human brain? Visiting Dr Martina Callaghan at University College London’s Wellcome Trust Centre for Neuroimaging, producer Max also finds out first hand what an MRI scan entails.

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