Magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is crucial for performing a range of medical diagnostic applications, but the size and cost of the superconducting magnets and cooling systems used in MRI equipment make the machines stationary and expensive. Now, researchers at Japan’s Railway Technical Research Institute (RTRI; Tokyo) have developed a superconducting magnet system that can fit in the…

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