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Last Friday saw a huge celebration of research and researchers in Oxford with an array of talks, performances, workshops, experiments, debates and demonstrations spread over various venues throughout Oxford.

NDORMS researchers at Curiosity Carnival

Part of a wider celebration throughout Europe, European Researchers’ Night, the Curiosity Carnival gave people a chance to meet researchers, ask questions and discover how research affects and changes all our lives.

Researchers from NDORMS took part, often collaborating with researchers from other departments, to cover topics that included laser microscopy, immunology, bones, the bacteria in your gut, and surgical simulators. Many thanks to all the researchers involved.

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