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Dr Sean Elias, who is based at the Jenner Institute in the Nuffield Department of Clinical Medicine, was awarded funding for the Researcher Board Game Café.

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At ‘Board Game Café’ events, members of the public can come and play short, themed board games each hosted by a different researcher who uses the game to highlight their academic research. The experience is designed to be immersive, with members of the public being faced with real research problems or challenges that they have to navigate with the help of the resident researcher.

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