Dr. Leif Schröder
Leibniz-Institut für
Pharmakologie im
Berlin e.V. (FMP)
Campus Berlin-Buch
Robert-Roessle-Str. 10
13125 Berlin, Germany
+4930 94793 - 100
+4930 94793 - 109
phone +49 30 94793 121
During the Long Night of Science, many visotors came to get an insight into the xenon biosensor research at FMP. Basic principles of NMR imaging as well as special features of the hyperpolarization lab were explained during the 45 min. tours.

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Pictures kindly provided by Katharina Maria Bohm.
BiosensorImaging Tour during the Long Night of Science 2011
Hyperpolarization lab with NMR spectrometer and the xenon polarizer
Visitors watching MRI gallery on the corridor
MRI scan of a rabbit eye
MRI scans of sea urchins
Various MRI studies
Explaining the xenon hyperpolarizer
Souvenirs for the visitors
Explaning MRI spatial encoding
Demonstration of a laser pumping cell
Visitors watching the pumping cell
Explaining the role of molecular cages
Model of a molecular cage
Impressions from the hyperpolarization lab
Molecular Imaging