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Why are we searching for water on the moon?

The moon may be the closest planetary body to us, but we still have a lot to learn about it. For example, what is the water...

Lockdown Walks - The Mysteries of Ice

"On Earth when it snows...

Lockdown Walks - What's that solar panel doing?

Have you ever walked down the street and seen a rooftop covered in black shiny panels? Ever wondered exactly what they are...

Lockdown Walks - What's up with those clouds?

If you don't think there's much left to discover on a local walk, think again! In our 'Lockdown Walks' video series,...

Why is Oxford's Botanic Garden making gin?

Established in 1621, the Oxford Botanic Garden was the first botanic garden in the UK. It has been - and remains – an...

What's in the Indian Ocean?

Much less is known about the Indian Ocean than either the Atlantic or Pacific. It's also less protected. What secrets lie...

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Oxford Botanic Garden lectures: GM, food security, pharmaceuticals and more.

Various science activities to try at home, from DNA extraction to crystal growing

Botanic Garden: Chemistry audio tour

Phenotype, the magazine of the Oxford University Biochemical Society

Caging Schrödinger's Cat: Quantum Nanotechnology

Learn more about mathematical, physical and life sciences at Oxford