22 October 2021
For the fourth year running the University of Oxford has been ranked first in the world for Computer Science in the 2022 World University Rankings. Many Oxford Cancer members are working in computer science to develop AI algorithms to detect cancer earlier, and implement machine learning into new technologies.
19 October 2021
Dr Pui San Tan and Professor Julia Hippisley-Cox receive a Research Innovation Award from Pancreatic Cancer UK to develop a risk tool to predict pancreatic cancer in patients with diabetes.
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