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Daniel Mulvihill wins Young Stress Analyst Competition

Daniel Mulvihill, a D.Phil. student in the Department of Engineering Science and Hertford College, has won first prize in the Young Stress Analyst Competition for 2011. The prize is awarded annually to young researchers by the British Society for Strain Measurement (BSSM).

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Prestigious John Bush Award won by Dr Ingo Jahn

Dr Ingo Jahn was recently awarded the John Bush Award for his contributions to advanced seals. The John Bush Award recognises and encourages engineers in the early part of their careers who have made an outstanding technical contribution of value to Rolls-Royce.

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Blood Pressure Project Wins Top Engineering World Health Award

Congratulations to the Department’s Engineering World Health Oxford Team, at the Institute of Biomedical Engineering, which has won first prize in the annual Engineering World Health Design Competition for its Blood Pressure project. The competition, launched in 2009, is unique in being directed at the needs of developing country health care.

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Sixth formers get a taste for Engineering Science

Since 1997, Oxford University’s Department of Engineering Science has been staging its Headstart course, a residential programme of engineering science activities aimed at sixth formers from all over the UK. For the first time this year, with sponsorship from international construction company, Laing O’Rourke, the Department was able to enhance its Headstart course literature, include visits to construction sites in Oxford and hold a gala dinner at Hertford College.

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Ray O’Rourke is honoured for services to construction

Following the announcement in January of the Laing O’Rourke Centre for Construction Engineering at the University of Oxford, we are delighted to report that two honours have been bestowed on Ray O’Rourke, Chairman and Chief Executive of Laing O’Rourke.

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Engineering Science Graduate receives International Google Anita Borg Memorial Scholarship

Sana Fathima, a second year DPhil student at the Department of Engineering Science (based at the Institute of Biomedical Engineering) and Hertford College, was recently awarded a 2011 Google Anita Borg Memorial Scholarship for Europe, the Middle East and Africa. The award of approximately £6,300 will support Sana’s travelling expenses to international conferences.

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New Research Studentship in Nanoparticle Drug Delivery

The Department of Engineering Science has appointed Dr Phillip Alexander to the new position of DPhil Student in nanoparticle drug delivery at the Department’s Institute of Biomedical Engineering (IBME). This has been made possible with generous support from Mr Nigel Jones and Mrs Françoise Valat-Jones.

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The 2011 Oxford Medtronic Lecture - Thursday, 9th June

Professor James Duncan from Yale University, USA, gave the fourth Oxford Medtronic Lecture, on Thursday, 9th June to over 100 academics, students and representatives from industry and government in Headington. His lecture titled, "Model-Based Strategies for Biomedical Image Analysis," focused on problem areas and visual examples of the brain structure and heart function.

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