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Science Festival 2016

As part of the Department of Chemical Engineering and Biotechnology stand at the annual Cambridge Science Festival, the Sensor CDT exhibited their prototype pulse oximeter.

The pulse oximeter was designed by the current cohort of students as part of the MRes course during the Guided Sensor Project. Staff and students were on hand to demonstrate how the sensor works to the general public. 

Watch the video below for highlights of the festival:

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