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Express licensing

To provide easy access to some of Canada's leading technologies we make available cost-effective, non-exclusive, single-year, renewable research and development licenses according to a set of fixed terms and conditions.

Express licences (which are identified with the word Express in their titles below) are available at a rate of $1,000 Canadian per year, per listed technology for a specific business entity, or $750 Canadian per year, per listed technology for two or more technologies.

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To measure a spectrum that does not represent of the tumour, NRC researchers have developed a solution to this problem by changing the way a voxel is prescribed. The solution, called conformal voxel MRS (CV-MRS) is not limited to cuboidal voxels. Instead, it uses a computer algorithm to optimally sculpt a voxel using many sharp spatial saturation slices to conform to the natural shape of the tumour, prostate, or other tissue of interest. In its simplest implementation, a technologist would simply click on the tissue of interest and the computer would do the rest. In addition to optimizing the spectrum obtained, CV-MRS essentially removes operator-to-operator differences by removing subjective decisions.
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NRC's Magnetic resonance technology researchers have developed a software package called Marevisi?. Marevisi? is designed to be a complex tool for processing, displaying, and analyzing various types of multidimensional data (up to 10 dimensions) obtained in Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) and Chemical Shift Imaging (CSI) experiments. The MRI and CSI capabilities are combined in the same suite.