PODCAST: Should all robots have an ethical black box?
WHODUNNIT? The year is 2041. An elderly lady, Rose, is unconscious on the floor. A malfunctioning 'care robot' is by her side. What happened? Is the robot to blame? Sit back, relax, and join us for a RADIO PLAY!
VIDEO: Walk Your Worries Away!
Did you know that walking can actually make you worry less? Join Dr Jen Wild as she tells us about some of the amazing mental health benefits that walking can bring.
ANIMATION: Seabird monitoring - witnesses in the wild
Penguins and other seabirds are under threat. But how can you successfully monitor their populations when they live in hard-to-reach places, such as Antarctica? Watch the animation, and find out how YOU can get involved in this research!
PODCAST: Is a snack tax on the horizon?
VIDEO: Disappearing Bugs
In this episode of LOCKDOWN WALKS meet some of the local bugs that sadly might not be here for much longer...
ANIMATION: Coping with voices: Being with people
Our hope is that this animation inspires more conversations about hearing voices, because nobody should be hearing nasty voices alone.
PODCAST: What's an arboretum anyway?
An arboretum is like a "living library"...intrigued? In this episode, we're joined by Ben Jones, Arboretum Curator at the Oxford Botanic Garden and Arboretum...
VIDEO: Meet Your Bird Neighbours
How well do you know your bird neighbours? Become better acquainted in this episode of 'Lockdown Walks', with Oxford biologist Joe Woodman!
PODCAST: Did the pandemic make us moodier?
Lockdowns, social distancing, restrictions on 'normal' activities - we've all been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic. But how has it impacted on our mood and mental wellbeing? We chat to Dr Max Taquet from the Department of Psychiatry to find out.
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By Professor Jane McKeating, Nuffield Department of Clinical Medicine Oxygen is essential to all life forms, even viruses. Oxygen is fundamental to all cells...
By Dr Ellie Bath, Department of Zoology Mating changes female behaviour across a wide range of animals, with these changes induced by components of the male...
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