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University of Oxford announced that it will benefit from Nightingale Health’s biomarker analysis technology. The Finnish company will install its technology in the Nuffield Department of Population Health (NPDH), in the Wolfson Laboratory. The biomarker platform allows the university to study large population cross-sections to trace 220 metabolic biomarkers from blood samples. This will be