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The issue of whether ivory trading should be legalised to fund elephant conservation, or banned altogether, is long standing and widely debated. Both sides of...
The iceberg model of self-harm
The team from the University of Oxford used national data on suicide, together with data on hospital-presenting self-harm from five hospitals and data on self-...
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'The work of Columbia’s Earth Institute, particularly on climate change and sustainable solutions across the globe, has never been more relevant or more urgent...
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Earlier this year the team published a paper disputing digital device guidelines for teenagers and proposing that a moderate amount of screen-time, known as...
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As part of a select group of global leaders, Oxford University will be an initial member of the newly formed IBM Q Network. A collaboration of leading Fortune...
Global health needs demand new approach to drug discovery
Professor Chas Bountra, Co-Director of the Oxford Martin Programme on Affordable Medicines and Chief Scientist at the Structural Genomics Consortium, explains...
10th
March

Brain Diaries

Event cost Free Disabled access? Yes Booking required Not required Further information can be found here.

An exhibition and series of events revealing how the latest neuroscience is transforming what we know about the lifelong development of our brains, from birth to the end of...

15th
November

CHRISTMAS SCIENCE

FOR FAMILIES Thursday, 21st December 2017 11AM - 11.45AM, 12PM - 12.45PM 2PM - 2.45PM, 3PM - 3.45PM Suitable for ages 4-9 £7 per child, adults free

The festive season is upon us but Santa has lost his presents. Join the Science Oxford team as we celebrate the chemistry of Christmas and help Santa out. Children will create their own snow...