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Landmark Strategic Research Agreement will benefit millions of NHS patients

A five-year Strategic Research Agreement (SRA) between Drayson Technologies, the University of Oxford and the Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (OUH) has just been announced. Millions of NHS patients are set to benefit from the commercialisation of cutting edge technologies invented in Oxford. Underpinned by the University’s academic research excellence, engineering expertise from the Department and the Trust’s clinical validation, the ground-breaking SRA will create a pathway for the production of world-class digital health products, commercialised globally by Drayson Technologies.

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Organ preservation and therapeutic ultrasound expert wins Royal Academy of Engineering Silver Medal

Cold storage of human organs for transplant could be a thing of the past thanks to the work of biomedical engineer Professor Constantin Coussios, Director of the Institute of Biomedical Engineering, who is to receive the Royal Academy of Engineering’s prestigious Silver Medal later this month for work including a ground-breaking method of preserving functioning organs at body temperature. He will receive the medal at the Academy Awards Dinner in London today.

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Women in science: why female mentors matter in engineering

It’s no secret that of all the STEM (science, technology, engineering and maths) specialisms, the engineering industry has the biggest diversity problem. Just nine per cent of the UK’s engineers are female, and a disappointing six per cent of those in professional engineering roles are from black and minority ethnic backgrounds.

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