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Engineering Science May 18
Some great images by of our recent 44th Maurice Lubbock Memorial Lecture with fascinating keynote by Professor Timothy Leighton , outreach with secondary schools and 4th year project presentations (and prizes)
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Engineering Science May 18
Congratulations to Alumna on becoming an Fellow!
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Engineering Science May 18
Congratulations to 4th yr undergrads who won poster prizes at . The overall winner was Ana Roomans Ledo for her poster describing atomated quantification of images to aid diagnosis of Stargardt disease, which causes blindness
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Engineering Science May 17
Inspiring the next generation of Engineers: school pupils aged 15-17 talk to 4th year engineering students (and rate their presentations!) during 44th Lubbock Memorial Lecture day
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Antoine Jerusalem May 16
Awesome collaboration with , and Mechanistic models versus machine learning, a fight worth fighting for the biological community?
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Engineering Science May 17
We are running sessions for staff in May. Understanding what causes us stress and taking action to manage stress levels is a key part of looking after our wellbeing. Try 's free stress toolkit:
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IT Services Oxford May 16
Just started at ? Find out how to secure your accounts, devices & data from day one:
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Engineering Science May 16
Director of the Oxford Robotics Institute Professor Paul Newman is giving the 2018 Mildner Memorial Lecture 4.45pm today, on , data, and superhuman skill acquisition
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Engineering Science May 16
It’s . This year’s focus is , with 1 in 6 adults in Britain experiencing stress-related depression, anxiety or health issues. Find ways to with ’s toolkit here:
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Engineering Science May 15
Congratulations to DPhil student Thaís Roque for her VC Diversity Award. Her efforts have enabled refugee students fleeing war/persecution to complete their studies “I feel very strongly about giving back to its diverse, wide-reaching community”. Photo: Ian Wallman
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Engineering Science May 14
Our keynote Professor Timothy Leighton FREng FRS (and now, FMedSci) prepares to explain how bubble acoustics can help us listen to the ocean, clean medical devices and fight antibiotic resistance
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Engineering Science May 14
Professor Robert Carlisle explains his work with the Oxford Centre for Drug Delivery Devices using solutions in cancer therapies to address issues of delivering drugs to tumours, enhancing circulation and penetration of the tumour
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Engineering Science May 14
Professor Ron Roy, Chair of Mechanical Engineering, kicks off events with a presentation on 'awesome' acoustic bubbles, which can be used in biomedical imaging to measure how well blood flows though the heart muscle (perfusion) - an indicator of heart health
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Engineering Science May 14
Getting ready for our annual Maurice Lubbock Memorial lecture today, with keynote by Professor Timothy Leighton FREng FRS, Professor of Ultrasonics and Underwater Acoustics
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Engineering Science May 14
Listen to Associate Head of Teaching Steve Sheard's 5 minute podcast on teaching & technology including designing, modelling, 3D printing, assembling and racing a buggy gearbox
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ACIT Oxford May 10
We have just launched the second episode of our new @oxfordpodcast series ‘5 minutes with…’ where academics talk about how they use to enhance their . This episode features Prof Steve Sheard, Listen in at
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Engineering Science May 11
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St Hilda's College May 10
Take a look at our spotlight to learn about 's work to extend lifetime and find out how a St Hilda's Fellow and students collaborate on groundbreaking research:
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Engineering Science May 10
Pressure valve manufacturing spinout , co-founded by Professor of Engineering Science Tom Povey, gets £6M in funding round. The funding should help the spinout to develop markets in North & Central America and the Middle East
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OrganOx May 9
A great feature written by for the regarding the technique of normothermic preservation. To read the article in full, follow this link:
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