Our case studies showcase academic research from across the Department that has had an impact on the world or local community, and feature some of our current academics, research staff, Alumni and students.
Some three-quarters of runners get injured every year, mainly due to poor running style. Run 3D, a spin-out company from the Department, uses cutting-edge technology to help professional athletes, sportsmen and women and runners all over the world to avoid injuries and improve their performance.
Imagine you’re in a foreign country, trying to pick up a few words of the local language. You learn that a bolu is a vegetable, a leki is a fox, but a small fox is a lekiki. So what would be the word for a small vegetable?
Jonathan Vince, a 1st year DPhil Student at the Institute of Biomedical Engineering, was awarded an Industrial Fellowship by the Royal Commission of 1851, on improving selective internal radiation therapy (SIRT) with ultrasound under the supervision of Professor Eleanor Stride