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On Thursday August 2nd, EP researchers were delighted to help host a visit to Oxford Neuroscience from the London International Youth Science Forum. The students visited the John Radcliffe Hospital as part of a two-week programme which aims to give young people from around the world a deeper insight into science and its applications for the benefit of humanity. The LIYSF was founded in 1959, and now hosts 500 young scientists from more than 75 countries around the world. 

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