Western Sydney University Node contains Biomedical Magnetic Resonance Facility and it is part of the National Imaging Facility (NIF), a national biomedical imaging infrastructure in Australia.
The Node has a strong theoretical background in sequence development especially with regard to diffusion Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR). The Node has 11.7 and 14.1 T wide bore MRI (i.e. 89 mm). Current projects include studies of nanoparticle contrast agents in mouse brains and other organs to DTI studies of grapes to q-space imaging and characterisation of porous media. The Node also has micro-CT and a Fast Field Cycling NMR (FFC NMR) capability.
The full list of equipment available at the Node is available here.
National Imaging Facility (NIF): www.anif.org.au
Western Sydney University Node of the National Imaging Facility: https://www.westernsydney.edu.au/nanoscale
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Image data storage and analysis
Theoretical development and modelling
Training activities may be available depending on the timing of the visit
Up to 2 months