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EPSRC CDT in Sensor Technologies for a Healthy and Sustainable Future

Sensor CDT Students win Deeptech Founders Prizes

Congratulations to Sensor CDT MRes students Theo Baissas and Ben Woodington who won two prizes at the MIT Hacking Medicine Grand Hack in Paris.  They were awarded second place within the Mental Health and Neurology section, and the Deeptech Founders prize for their in-ear EEG app.

The MIT Hacking Medicine Grand Hack was the first outside of the United States. The weekend was dedicated to brainstorming and building innovative solutions with hundreds of like-minded engineers, clinicians, designers, developers and business people.