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The 2014 Alumni Weekend - a first for the Department

Saturday, 20th September is a day to remember - for the first time, over 200 alumni and non-alumni enjoyed a series of scintillating events staged by the Department of Engineering Science.

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International partnership announced to develop superior imaging technology

Isis Innovation, the technology transfer arm at the University of Oxford, and Canada’s Centre for Imaging Technology Commercialization (CIMTEC) have announced a partnership to develop and test a new enhanced ultrasound imaging technology. The principle inventor of this new technology is Professor David Edwards, the Department’s Professor of Engineering Science.

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Fellowship of the Institute of Engineering and Technology for Dr Marko Bacic

Congratulations to Dr Marko Bacic who has been elected a Fellow of the Institute of Engineering and Technology (IET). Dr Bacic works for Rolls-Royce and is an Oxford University Research Lecturer.

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Professor Paul Newman elected Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering

Many congratulations to Professor Paul Newman, the Department’s BP Professor of Information Engineering and Fellow of Keble College, who has been elected as a Fellow of the Royal Academy of Engineering (RAE). The Academy's Fellows represent the nation’s best engineering researchers, innovators, entrepreneurs, business and industry leaders.

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Jaguar Land Rover invests in new 'Centres of Excellence for Engine Combustion Research'

Professors Martin Davy and Richard Stone, from the Department of Engineering Science, will lead a new project on compression ignition in diesel engines thanks to a major investment by Jaguar Land Rover. Two new 'Centres of Excellence for Engine Combustion Research' will be created at the University of Oxford and University College London.

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The importance of bubbles...

Professor Constantin Coussios is interviewed by the BBC World Service on the biomedical applications of acoustic bubbles

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Dual Engineering winners in the Google Impact Challenge

Two projects involving teams from Engineering Science are winners of the 2014 Google Impact Challenge, and will each receive £500,000.

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Headstart - engaging Sixth Formers and encouraging them into Engineering

This year the Department of Engineering Science ran its 18th Headstart residential course for sixth formers from throughout the UK. The programme included practical problem-solving activities, team projects, industrial site visits, lectures and tours of laboratories and a gala dinner at Hertford College.

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Let’s get voting again: Google Impact Challenge…

Vote for Royal National Institute of Blind People, the Division of Clinical Neurology and the Department of Engineering Science to win a grant of £500,000 for smart glasses that enable those with very limited vision to make use of what sight remains, increasing confidence and providing richer ways to navigate and communicate with people.

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Let’s get voting: Google Impact Challenge…

Vote for Kew Gardens and the Department of Engineering Science to win a grant of £500,000 for wearable sensors to track disease-carrying mosquitoes.

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