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Solid-state NMR approaches to deliver new insights into the extracellular matrix

  Research Group: Midlands Integrative Biosciences Training Partnership (MIBTP)
The extracellular matrix (ECM) contains important chemical and mechanical cues to shape and alter cell behaviour. However, there are limited tools for analysing the structures and structural interactions present at the atomic length scale within the intact ECM. Read more

A nonlinear potential flow model with viscous dissipation for wave resonance in offshore engineering

In recent years, due to the increasing energy demand and fast development of technology, huge and highly integrated marine systems for offshore drilling, production, storage, loading and offloading have been developed to achieve low cost and high efficiency to meet the market requirements. Read more

Real-Time Magnetic Resonance Imaging for Vocal Tract Analysis

The Computing and Audio Research Lab at the University of Sydney, Australia has a fully funded PhD position open to support real-time magnetic resonance imaging (rtMRI) and analysis together with acoustic-phonetic analysis. Read more

Highly Accelerated Magnetic Resonance Angiography using Deep Learning

Commercial partner: . Siemens Healthcare Ltd (part of Siemens Healthineers). , Camberley. Imaging of the blood vessels (angiography) is particularly important in the brain, where disturbances in blood supply and haemorrhage have severe consequences. Read more
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Ultra-High Field (7T) Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) Development

I lead the 7T MRI physics group in Cambridge. We create new methods to studying the human brain and body using Cambridge’s state-of-the-art Siemens Terra 7T MRI scanner. Read more

Vibration of Structures

When a structure has many components it is difficult to predict how it will vibrate. Computer programs can model the individual components but cannot usually combine them in a realistic manner. Read more

Quantum sensing enhanced by machine learning

Quantum sensors based on single spins are one of the most established quantum technologies. By using a single electronic spin associated with a point defect in diamond, we can map magnetic fields with nanoscale spatial resolution, under ambient conditions. Read more

Using multimodal neuroimaging to predict individual differences in responsiveness to transcranial direct brain stimulation

Project outline. Transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) is a non-invasive brain stimulation technique that can successfully modulate neural excitability and plasticity by delivering a small current via electrodes placed on the scalp. Read more

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