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By Melissa Bedard, MRC Human Immunology Unit, MRC Weatherall Institute of Molecular Medicine October is a special time of year. The autumn leaves and crisp...
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Insulin is only half the story in what goes awry in diabetes... More than 400 million people worldwide suffer from type 2 diabetes, a disease characterised by...
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Run by Oxford SU, it will include talks delivered by experienced professionals and Oxford students, each sharing insights and practical tips for navigating...
Oxford academics honoured by the American Academy of Arts and Sciences
The discipline-specific tables for clinical, pre-clinical and health studies follow on from the announcement that Oxford has been ranked the top university in...
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Oxmas refers to Christmas at Oxford, which takes place on 25 November - exactly one month before Christmas day. We celebrate Oxmas so we can spread a little...

WOMEN IN SCIENCE: Portraits, Archive Material, Trails and Talks

Basement Gallery, Museum of the History of Science Broad Street Oxford OX1 3AZ

March – December 2018

100 years ago, the first group of women won the right to vote in the UK. In this centenary year, there is widespread recognition of the political role women have played in society. But what...


Bacterial World

A new exhibition is aiming to show the positive impact of bacteria.

Bacteria World at the Oxford University Museum of Natural History has 55 exhibits, including a 92ft (28m) long inflatable E.coli sculpture.

Director Paul Smith promised the exhibition would explore "our very intimate relationships with bacteria".