Purchase of the new instrument will be part of a Hyperpolarized Imaging initiative led by the Center's Yi-Fen Yen.
Joined by family and friends, Martinos folk looked to the sky yesterday with an array of intriguing devices.
Biomedical imaging isn't the only area to benefit from the Martinos family's munificence.
We've been training the next (next) generation of scientists.
Martinos Center investigator Umar Mahmood will lead the new effort.
She participated in the events as a member of the Academy of Radiology Research, Council of Early Career Investigators in Imaging.
Topics include the effects of ecosystem change on global food security and malnutrition.
The Center produced 277 nuclear reactions last year and you didn't hear about any of them. Here's why.