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INTERNATIONAL MAGNETOBIOLOGY FRONTIER RESEARCH CENTER (IMFRC)

The “International Magnetobiology Frontier Research Center (iMFRC)” is a new research organization dedicated to scientific discovery – exploring fundamental science, understanding the mechanisms of magnetobiological effects, animal magnetoreception, and promoting the applications of state-of-the-art magnetic biotechnologies including Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) and Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) through research and education.

Magnetobiology is a rapidly growing interdisciplinary area in science that studies the interactions of magnetic fields with living organisms, including how magnetic fields affect biological objects, and how organisms perceive, respond, and utilize magnetic fields, as well as technologies developed based on the interactions between magnetic field and biological targets.

With its world-class researchers and international collaboration, iMFRC has a vision to discover and advance our knowledge in magnetobiology, and to bridge the gap between biological research and physical sciences

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