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Images are routinely collected in the clinic (radiology, endoscopy and pathology) and laboratory (atoms, cells and tissues). Developing novel approaches to image acquisition, processing, reconstruction, analysis and interpretation are the subject of intense study in Oxford. Applying the right technique in the correct setting can be critical in predicting and understanding tumour behaviour, as well as detecting and treating cancer patients.