Jennifer is the Director of Statistical Consultancy in Department of Statistics at the University of Oxford. She has a BSc in Mathematics and Statistics and a MSc in Statistics, both from Lancaster University, and a PhD from the University of Warwick.
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Have you got what it takes to be a Zoomer? Have you got what it takes to come face to face with a spooky Zoomer Creature? This is not a handbook for farmers or zookeepers, it's a handbook for zoomers. Zoomers look after very special beasts… Discover the secret of the shiger's stripy wool, the challenges of owning a loyal but gigantic dogephant...
George's Marvelous Medicine For Grown Ups
The Story Museum and Science Oxford have teamed up to bring you a night of potent potions and marvellous medicines to get you in the mood for Halloween.
Creep yourself out with colour magic, glow in the dark tricks and try your hand at mixology, creating smoking cocktails on dry ice.
With live demonstrations, hands-on experiments...
Light, sleep and brain rhythms
Learn more about how our brains are affected by light and dark, and what this means for our sleep.
Powering the world: can solar energy tackle climate change? -- Prof Henry Snaith (Co-Director of...
Renewable energy is a strong component in the race to mitigate climate change, and solar power is a particularly cheap and viable green energy option. Considering current technologies, cost, markets and infrastructure, Professor Henry Snaith, Co-Director of the Programme on Solar Energy: Organic Photovoltaics, and Professor Malcolm McCulloch,...
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