Magnetic resonance delivers new know-how

Sugar distribution in a plant as an example of spatially resolved spectroscopy.
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Sugar distribution in a plant as an example of spatially resolved spectroscopy.

The Magnetic Resonance and X-ray department extends expertise at EZRT.

On January 1, 2016, the Research Center for Magnetic Resonance in Bavaria was integrated into the Fraunhofer Development Center for X-ray Technology EZRT. The ten-strong team led by head of department Dr. Karl-Heinz Hiller is now part of the Magnetic Resonance and X-ray department, which also includes the researchers from the Nano CT Systems group in Würzburg.

Having gained know-how in the field of magnetic resonance and magnetic particle imaging/spectroscopy, and through our close collaboration with the Fraunhofer Institute for Nondestructive Testing IZFP in Saarbrücken, we are now able to offer appropriate solutions to all questions regarding nondestructive monitoring – for every industry and at any stage in a product’s lifecycle.