Random Walk Imaging
2018.10.12

SSF Grant to Academic partner Prof. Topgaard

Academic partner Prof. Topgaard receives an Instrument, Technique and Method Development grant from the Swedish Foundation for Strategic Research (SSF) for the project “MRI method for quantifying microscopic heterogeneity” where RWI owns the basic IP for the methods to be developed.

Press release can be found here (in swedish).

Dr. Daniel Topgaard

Head of Research and Development,
Professor in Physical Chemistry, Lund University

daniel@rwi.se

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Publication: Gain better microstructural detail with spectrally modulated gradients.

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Representation at the Swedish Embassy in Vienna

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RWI at Vinnova

Spending a nice Valentine´s Day in Stockholm, hanging out at the Vinnova office.   Let us all aim for the Global Goals, shall we?!

RWI Representation in London

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