Episode 11: Rebecca Gingell on alloy design and OxMet, an Oxford University spinout

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This episode features a chat with Rebecca Gingell, who runs business development at OxMet Technologies, an Oxford University spin-out utilizing decades of academic modelling expertise to design and commercialize new alloys. 

It turns out that almost every alloy we use in every day life was discovered long ago. 

Rebecca explains how we’ve barely scratched the surface of the potential number of alloys, and shares some interesting facts, like why it’s not actually strength that you should optimise for when designing medical alloys for bone implants. 

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