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Take part in the Three Minute Thesis Competition (3MT)

DPhil students are invited to join the training session on 26th April, and the Oxford final on 24th May.

Training: Engaging with controversial and sensitive topics

Join us on 26th February 2024 for an insightful session that aims to equip researchers with the tools needed to engage confidently and effectively with the public on controversial and sensitive topics.

Interview with Hao Zhang – Enterprise Fellow 2023

Hao is a Postdoctoral Research Fellow in the Department of Chemistry of the University of Oxford. He is a member of the Chinese Chemical Society, the Royal Society of Chemistry, the Electrochemical Society and the London Centre for Nanotechnology. He graduated from Nanjing University in 2019, focusing on the preparation of metal-organic framework-derived materials and their applications in electrocatalysis.

Interview with Natali Van Zijl – Enterprise Associate 2023

Natali is a DPhil student at the Institute of Biomedical Engineering in the Department of Engineering Science, funded by a Rhodes Scholarship. Her research focuses on bringing together physiological modelling and data-driven approaches to explore and increase our understanding of blood flow control in the brain, and what exactly is happening when it goes wrong.

Interview with Liang He

Liang He is an Associate Professor of Biomedical Engineering at the Department of Engineering Science, University of Oxford, and a Governing Body Fellow at Kellogg College. He received his PhD from Imperial College London, where his focus was on the transformative field of medical robotics.