How small is too small? MRI of tiny structures

MRI is great for imaging tissues and organs, as it does not involve any invasive procedures (such as drugs, radiation or even needles/scalpels). It allows us to quickly and safely get a good idea of what goes on under the skin. However, just as with a photo, it can become pixelated and useless, especially if … Continue reading How small is too small? MRI of tiny structures


Appreciation post: ‘junk’ labs

This is a simple appreciation post for junk labs in general and my junk lab in particular. A junk lab arises organically from research that regularly requires new, bespoke equipment with limited funding and a reasonable amount of technical know-how. If this new stuff is built from old stuff, that's usually easiest. So it's a … Continue reading Appreciation post: ‘junk’ labs