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Last weekend groups of researchers from NDORMS got up to all manner of things in the name of outreach - from demonstrating gut inflammation with soft plush bacteria (both friendly and far from!) to randomised trials involving skittles, chopsticks and straws.

Oxfordshire Science Festival

In spite of the hot weather around 200 people visited our stall to make cells, watch oddly compelling endoscopy videos and dress up as surgeons. Thanks to all the researchers from the Powrie group, SITU and elsewhere for making this such a great event!

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