It is too early to evaluate experimentally the performance of the RF coil. But with two other 11.7T MRI scanners (NIH USA and South Korea), the University of Glasgow will have a unique first experience at that field strength and will likely participate in other, comparable, projects. The development of the Pasteur package by CEA and DZNE, with universal pulses, on the software platform of the 7T Siemens Terra also could have implications for clinical routine at 7T. The sequences indeed allow solving to a great extent the RF field inhomogeneity problem in the brain, with zero time penalty for the user and no expertise required. It could be a game changer to leverage the potential of 7T scanners in the clinic. The package is available to the community under a C2P agreement. The tools resulting from ERC proof of concept and FET Open grants, obtaining CE marking for parallel transmission at 7T towards the commercialization of the technology could be the subject of an EIC transition call for proposals... Some of the anatomical sequences programmed by DZNE furthermore yield impressive spatiotemporal resolution (e.g. 1:15 min for 0.7 mm isotropic resolution using segmented 3D-EPI). Motion correction is also of paramount importance and to date there is no perfect solution. The developments carried out by ETH could lead to solutions of interest to the industrials who could benefit from them in their applications at lower fields. Finally, the MR thermometry results published by CEA and Skope present the first strong evidence that there could be more heat dissipation in the brain than the theoretical models suggest. It is the first time that the small temperature rises induced by RF fields in MRI could be measured with such precision and accuracy, non invasively, in the human brain and in normal conditions. Such technology thereby could be of use to verify the safety limits used in the mobile phone industry, where the specific absorption rate (SAR) metric remains also the norm for simplicity. Last but not least, the troubleshooting of the scanner demonstrated with the Skope technology has turned already invaluable for experimental devices. After dissemination on the subject, the company should benefit from additional exposure and may sensitize the industrials about the importance of these measurements.