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The Iseult project : a brain spacetime odyssey

Réalisation : 14 janvier 2021 Mise en ligne : 14 janvier 2021
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Over the past ten years, Bio-Imaging translational research has experienced an unprecedented expansion:  ten years of challenges, collaborations, success stories and significant advances, thanks to the combination of various approaches and disciplines.

To celebrate  the anniversary of the LabEx TRAIL the community organizes a special online event mixing videos and live sessions with to-notch scientists.

Imaging the future is the occasion for specialists of the bio-imaging field and more broadly for the whole academic community to take part in a discussion about the science of tomorrow.

Initiated in 2001, the Iseult project was launched to define and create the most powerful MRI scanner, using an 11.7 T magnet, to set a new standard for brain imaging. Denis Le Bihan, one of the project's protagonists, tells the story of this odyssey here.

>> Prof.Denis le Bihan, CEA, Neurospin, French Academy of Sciences

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Université de Bordeaux - Service Audiovisuel et Multimédia (Publication), Université de Bordeaux - Service Audiovisuel et Multimédia (Réalisation), Université de Bordeaux (Production)
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Univ Bordeaux. (2021, 14 janvier). The Iseult project : a brain spacetime odyssey. [Vidéo]. Canal-U. https://www.canal-u.tv/105615. (Consultée le 23 mai 2022)
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