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The 2012 Oxford Medtronic Lecture – Thursday, 21st June

For the last five years Medtronic, the global leader in medical technology, has supported the education and research of biomedical engineering across the Atlantic. Medtronic graduate scholarships, especially promoting women, and the Oxford Medtronic Lectureship have played a key part in encouraging the exchange of ideas in biomedical engineering between universities in the United States and Europe.

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Biomedical Engineering initiative announced as a finalist in global health competition

The GSMA, in collaboration with the Qtel Group and Qualcomm Incorporated, recently announced that the Department’s Institute of Biomedical Engineering initiative, BabeeMon, took second place in its inaugural Mobile Health University Challenge.

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International recognition for the Department of Engineering Science's EWH team

The Department’s Engineering World Health (EWH) team led by Dr Gari Clifford, researching low-cost blood pressure measurement technology, has won the Best Innovation Leveraging Technology Award in the international Dell Social Innovation Challenge – a prize of $10,000 to help bring the device to market.

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Professor Coussios receives Lizzi award from the International Society for Therapeutic Ultrasound

Constantin Coussios, Professor of Biomedical Engineering in the Department, has been selected as the recipient of the 2012 Frederic Lizzi Early Career Award by the International Society of Therapeutic Ultrasound (ISTU).

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Facebook for animals' tested on birds

A new way of analysing the social networks that link individual animals to each other has been tested on wild great tits by Oxford University researchers. The research team, supported by Microsoft Research, consisted of Ioannis Psorakis, Stephen Roberts and Iead Rezek from the Department of Engineering Science and Ben Sheldon of the Department of Zoology.

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"Smart" water pumps for Africa

Oxford Engineers team up with Geography to make "smart" water pumps for Africa

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The 2012 Sloane Robinson Scholarship

This year the Sloane Robinson Foundation has awarded a scholarship to graduate, Su Yi Zhang who is undertaking the Department of Engineering Science's MSc course in Biomedical Engineering.

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Lubbock Day 2012: Thursday, 24th May

With the London Olympics just a couple of months from now and the Olympic torch relay underway, this year’s 38th Maurice Lubbock Memorial Lecture provided a fascinating insight into the construction of the multi-billion pound London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Park.

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Impressive debut performance by PEGGIE!

Following last week's news item, the Department of Engineering Science is proud to announce that PEGGIE finished in 12th position out of 21 entries in the battery electric vehicle competition class of the Shell Eco-Marathon in Rotterdam. The Eco-Marathon is an international competition that challenges student teams from around the world to design, build and test energy efficient vehicles. In terms of vehicle efficiency PEGGIE achieved 366 km/kWh.

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We are all rooting for PEGGIE in the international Shell Eco-Marathon

This weekend those in the Department of Engineering Science won’t be the only ones rooting for the vehicle, PEGGIE, to win the Shell Eco-Marathon, an international challenge for energy-efficient vehicles, to be held in Rotterdam…all of Oxford will be watching too!

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