Paul Lauterbur (Q106547)

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Paul Lauterbur
American chemist

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    Paul Christian Lauterbur (English)
    6 May 1929Gregorian
    7 references
    3 January 2019
    Paul Christian Lauterbur
    Paul Lauterbur; AMERICAN CHEMIST (English)
    28 March 2007
    OBITUARIES; Paul C. Lauterbur, 77, Dies; Won Nobel Prize for M.R.I. (English)
    KENNETH CHANG
    Paul Lauterbur
    9 October 2017
    Paul Christian Lauterbur
    9 October 2017
    3 January 2019
    Paul C. Lauterbur (English)
    Paul Christian Lauterbur
    27 March 2007
    8 references
    4 January 2019
    Paul C. Lauterbur
    Life In Legacy - Week ending Saturday, March 31, 2007 (English)
    4 January 2019
    In Memoriam ; Paul Christian Lauterbur, PhD (1929–2007) (English)
    4 December 2007
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    Paul Lauterbur
    9 October 2017
    Paul Christian Lauterbur
    9 October 2017
    3 January 2019
    Paul Christian Lauterbur
    Paul Lauterbur; AMERICAN CHEMIST (English)
    1 reference
    28 March 2007
    OBITUARIES; Paul C. Lauterbur, 77, Dies; Won Nobel Prize for M.R.I. (English)
    KENNETH CHANG
    3 references
    MRI: A charmed past and an exciting future (English)
    3 January 2019
    23 October 2009
    23 August 2006
    Kelly A. Joyce
    3 January 2019
    From numbers to pictures: The development of magnetic resonance imaging and the visual turn in medicine (English)
    1 reference
    24 March 2011
    Richard B. Gunderman
    3 January 2019
    Achieving Excellence in Medical Education. (English)
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    1 reference
    3 January 2019
    Paul C. Lauterbur (English)
    Paul Christian Lauterbur
    1 reference
    3 January 2019
    Paul C. Lauterbur (English)
    Paul Christian Lauterbur
    For the independent contributions in conceiving and developing the application of magnetic resonance technology to medical uses including whole body scanning and diagnostic imaging. (English)
    Contribution to science and technology through his development of nuclear magnetic resonance techniques for generating images of the tissues of living organisms, an advance with many promising applications in medicine. (English)
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    For the concept of using controlled field gradients with NMR to obtain internal images within physical objects. (English)
    4 January 2019
    1983 Max Delbruck Prize in Biological Physics Recipient (English)
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