Magnetic resonance facilities

The Centre for Hyperpolarisation in Magnetic Resonance has a wide range of state-of-the-art equipment which is used to develop hyperpolarisation techniques. Here are some of the instruments which are available to the Centre. The 3 T clinical scanner is housed in the York Neuroimaging Centre adjacent to CHyM. The 600 and 700 MHz NMR systems in the York Centre for Magnetic Resonance in the Department of Chemistry are also used in CHyM's research. Other advanced analytical techniques are also employed.

500 MHz spectrometer

500 MHz narrow-bore NMR spectrometer

This 500 MHz NMR system can perform a variety of measurements on different nuclei

400 MHz spectrometer

400 MHz wide-bore NMR spectrometer with imaging capability

This 400 MHz wide-bore system has imaging capabilities and is equipped with DNP and laser devices

400 MHz spectrometer

400 MHz wide-bore NMR spectrometer

This 400 MHz wide-bore NMR system is linked to SABRE polarisation equipment

7 T pre-clinical scanner

7 T pre-clinical scanner

This 7 T MRI system is capable of performing advanced imaging procedures

400 MHz spectrometer

400 MHz narrow-bore NMR spectrometer

This 400 MHz narrow-bore NMR system is linked to SABRE polarisation equipment

3 T clinical scanner

3 T clinical scanner

This 3 T MRI systems is fully equipped to perform measurements on humans