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Hundreds of visitors turned scientist for the day at a special exhibition of research held at the John Radcliffe Hospital in Headington.

The hospital’s West Wing atrium was transformed into a giant lab packed with technology, experiments and interactive games for the annual National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) Oxford Biomedical Research Centre open day.

Patients and the public explored the latest research tackling conditions including arthritis, cancer, diabetes and heart disease.

The event is now in its fifth year and gives the public the chance to talk to leading researchers and medical professionals about issues ranging from DNA sequencing to the use of patient data.

Read the full story on the OxBRC website.