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How can chemistry help us tackle heart disease – one of our greatest medical challenges? We are teaming up with the Department of Chemistry to showcase pioneering heart disease research taking place in Oxford.

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Join us at the Chemistry Research Laboratory from 2 till 4 pm on Saturday 10 September, for talks, tours around the chemistry facilities and activities from the British Heart Foundation’s Centre for Research Excellence. How can doctors see changes in the heart? How do scientists make new drugs to treat heart disease? What’s my blood pressure and why is it important to keep in check? Sign-up to find out!

Sign-up for talks and Q&A here: http://www.oxfordpreservation.org.uk/events/cardiac-chemistry-understanding-imaging-and-treating-heart-disease

Sign-up for a tour around the Chemistry Research Laboratory here: http://www.oxfordpreservation.org.uk/events/meet-scientists-guided-tours

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