University of Illinois-Chicago Opens New MRI-Powered Research Center

The University of Illinois at Chicago on Tuesday opened its center for magnetic resonance research and began operations

The center houses a 9.4-tesla magnet powered MRI scanner manufactured by General Electric Healthcare, an custom offering that is many times stronger than the industry-standard 1.4-tesla magnet powering most MRIs.

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