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Last Month's Most Accessed Feature: Mapping intelligence: MRI reveals wiring connection

In work funded by the UK's Wellcome Trust and the National Institutes of Health in the USA, researchers at the University of Cambridge have used magnetic resonance imaging to map the connections in the brain and shown that the strength of those connections correlates with a person's intelligence.

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The 2018 free sample issues of all our Analytical Chemistry journals are now available!

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Transplanted brain cells: MRI in mice

David Bradley

Oct 1, 2019

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A magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) study in mice reveals that transplanted brain cells can survive without a dose of anti-rejection drugs.

This review has examined MRI studies aimed at visualizing or defining fluid dynamics within the central nervous system, including the glymphatic hypothesis, using tracer studies or other methods.

Functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI) has demonstrated that speech recognition begins along sensory pathways between our ears and the cerebral cortex rather than taking place in the brain exclusively as as previously assumed. The findings could have implications for people with hearing problems, those suffering the after-effects of medical conditions, and perhaps for improving speech recognition in computers.

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Selected key technologies of the analytical science industry are discussed by Steve Down with reference to burgeoning application areas and the scope for future improvements.

We are proud to announce a new series of educational webinars run in collaboration with Chromedia, COAST, and SciMind, a product of the American Chemical Society. These webinars will build into a must-have set of tutorial materials for the analytical scientist.

Agilent Research Products Division vice president and general manager, Regina Schuck talks about her experiences of a lifetime spent in NMR, including the most significant recent developments, the current challenges and a glimpse into the NMR of the future.

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Magnetic Resonance in Chemistry is devoted to the rapid publication of papers which are concerned with the development of magnetic resonance techniques, or in which the application of such techniques plays a pivotal part. Contributions from scientists working in all areas of NMR, ESR and NQR are invited, and papers describing applications in all branches of chemistry, structural biology and materials chemistry are published.

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