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How do you mend a broken heart?

It’s the organ that pumps our blood around our body to keep us alive…the heart. But what happens after a heart attack? If...

How to read DNA

They work primarily with researcher groups at the Wellcome Centre...


Do all lions sound the same?

If you've ever been lucky enough to hear a lion roar (whether that's at the zoo or in the wild - hopefully at a safe...

When did dogs become our best friends?

In this year's Valentine's episode, we're exploring that most special of relationships. That's right - the one between us...

The RainDrop Experiment

How can we predict the future of grassland ecosystems? What's it like to be an ecologist working in the field?


Should we edit genes to make nicer people?

Is it possible to edit someone's genes before they are born to make them a nicer, kinder, more moral person? Not only that...

Are video games good for my mental health?

Most of us have probably heard of video games being described as "addictive", but is there evidence of this? Are they...

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Here's a few resources from the University you can take a look at

Information on what the Oxford University Museum of Natural History can offer to schools and teachers of art

Oxford University Museum of Natural History - For Students and Teachers

Blog - ramblings on academic related matters from Dorothy Bishop, Professor of Psychology

The Worldwide Antimalarial Resistance Network

Learn more about animal reproduction

YouTube channel for Jan Schnupp's 'How Your Brain Works'