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Staff and students in the Burton Group took part in a demonstration of how ECG's work in the context of cardiovascular disease at the recent Oakley Primary School Science Fair.

The outreach activity carried out by the group, including (l-r) Drs Rebecca Capel and Rebecca Burton, DPhil student Thamali Ayagama and visiting student Zhaozheng Meng (not pictured), was funded by a Royal Society Colin Pillinger Award.

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