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Fossils are rare, and fossils with pathological alterations even more so. For this reason, studies of pathological fossils stand to benefit disproportionately more from non-invasive means of investigation than do studies of more commonly available forms. Part of my PhD research was devoted to the application of Magnetic Resonance Imaging to fossils, both normal and pathologically altered ones.
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My plans for SciFund 2

The deadline for signing up to the second round of the SciFund challenge is 11:59 PM (Pacific Standard Time, USA), Saturday March 31, 2012, so in a few hours from now. I will draft my 150-word abstract here prior to submission.

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Fossils are rare, and fossils with pathological alterations even more so. For this reason, studies of pathological fossils stand to benefit disproportionately more from non-invasive means of investigation than do studies of more commonly available forms. Part of my PhD research was devoted to the application of Magnetic Resonance Imaging to fossils, both normal and pathologically altered ones.

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