From the inside of a singing mouth to a beating heart, the videos give an intimate view of what goes on inside our bodies.The footage is made possible thanks to a new kind of MRI technology that produces moving images in real time.Scroll down for videoMRI pioneer Jens Frahm, a professor at the Max Planck Institute for Biophysical Chemistry in Germany, developed a system called FLASH2.FLASH2 uses a novel mathematical process to reconstruct MRI scans into moving images.’The technique significantly accelerated MRI scans once more and allowed for up to 100 frames per second,’ Max Planck said in a statement.Frahm is one of three finalists for the European Inventor award due to his FLASH2 process.RELATED ARTICLES Previous 1 NextWere humans to blame for a massive earthquake in South. The everyday 1990s objects millennials have never heard of:. The device that lets you read emails and texts with your.
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Update Nov 1, 2016On Friday, October 28th FBI Director James Comey sent a letter to members of Congress that he has new email evidence that “may be relevant in the Hillary Clinton email case”. The new emails were found on Clinton’s assistant “Huma Abedin” estranged husband Anthony Weiner laptop. Weiner was charged with “Sexting with a 15 year old, and the FBI found the new emails while investigating Weiner.
I had never lived in New York City before and the thought of living in a tower perched above the feverish frenzy of Washington Square Park, with its ever changing mix of students, and tourists, beatniks and folk singers, left me breathless. Through the leafy trees to the north, I could see suntanned bodies dancing to the rhythmic beat of drums and, on Sunday afternoons, I could hear the folk singers with their guitars, gathered round the Washington Square Arch. Cohen of the companion book, New York and the American Folk Music Revival: Folk City, the peak of the folk music boom in New York City, a movement that traced its roots back several decades.