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In late February the Department of Physics hosted a Greenlight for Girls event to encourage young women to think about studying physics and to challenge the perception that physics is for boys.

The Department of Oncology joined the workshop which highlighted the impact of physics in the treatment of cancer and the opportunities still there for physics graduates to play a role in cancer research.

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