Undergraduate Hiromu Koyama receives prestigious NIEHS fellowship to jump-start a collaboration between the Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Group under direction of Geoffrey Mueller at NIEHS and the Theis Hyperpolarization Lab at NC State. Congratulations Hiromu!
The NC State Hyperpolarization Lab receives Mallinckrodt Grant from the Edward Mallinckrodt Jr Foundation
Hyperpolarization Lab receives NC Biotech Center Translational Research Grant
Theis Lab receives the Ralph E. Powe Junior Faculty Enhancement Award.
Lab receives NIH Trailblazer Award for
“Molecular Imaging of In Vivo Metabolism with a Hyperpolarized Vitamin Shot”
and Highlighted on the Front Cover
————————————————————–JPCC paper is highlighted on the COVER:
Science Advances paper appears and is highlighted in the media:
Duke Today: “New Class of Molecular ‘Lightbulbs’ Illuminate MRI”
Credit: Panayiotis Nikolaou, Thomas Theis
Signal Amplification By Reversible Exchange in SHield Enables Alignment Transfer to Heteronuclei)
JMR LIGHT-SABRE paper is highlighted on the cover
PRL paper Selected for an Editor’s Choice Highlight:
Spotlight on Exceptional Research by the APS
“Long-lived heteronuclear spin-singlet states in liquids at zero magnetic field”
Phys. Rev. Lett. (2014),112, 077601
and online at Physics World.com and at LBNL News Center .
“Parahydrogen-enhanced zero-field nuclear magnetic resonance”