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Blows not concussion cause brain disease, according to new research

The effects of repeat concussion injuries on athletes, particularly American football and rugby players, is one of the biggest concerns in competitive sports today. However, a new Oxford University collaboration suggests that blows to the head can cause lasting trauma - even in the absence of signs of concussion.

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Selfies, Space and Surgery: How digital imaging sensors have shaped our world

In celebration of the winners collecting the 2017 QEPrize from Buckingham Palace earlier this week, an event was hosted at the Science Museum on 7 December 2017.

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Phurit (Mookie) Bovornchutichai is highly commended at The Anglo-Thai Society Education Awards 2017.

Congratulations to Phurit (Mookie) Bovornchutichai, a third year CDT in Healthcare Innovation DPhil student co-supervised by Prof Cathy Ye (Tissue Engineering and Bioprocessing Group, IBME) and Prof Eric Edward O'Neill (Department of Oncology), who was highly commended in the Engineering and Technology category at The Anglo-Thai Society Education Awards 2017.

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Oxford iGEM team wins Gold medal and Award for Best Diagnostics Project

The 2017 Oxford University iGEM team have just returned from the competition in Boston with not only a Gold medal and also the, extremely competitive, award for Best Diagnostics Project in the Undergraduate category. In addition they were nominated for five further awards for best presentation, wiki, model, integrated human practices and best applied design.

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