Oxford early career researchers shine in Parliamentary competition

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Thirteen early career researchers from Oxford were finalists at this year’s STEM for BRITAIN event, held on Monday 4th March 2024, at the Houses of Parliament, with three winning awards in their categories.

Organised by the Parliamentary & Scientific Committee, STEM for BRITAIN is a major scientific poster competition and exhibition, held annually at the Houses of Parliament. This year, the event involved 120 early-career research scientists, engineers, technologists, and mathematicians, shortlisted from hundreds of applicants.

Sawsan El Zahr (Somerville College), of Oxford’s Department of Engineering Science, won first prize in the Dyson Sustainability Award for her poster, Exploring the benefits of carbon-aware routing.

Further details and to see the full list of Oxford finalists here.

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