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Priyanka Dhopade

I was always interested in and good at Maths and Science, so was inclined towards a scientific discipline from a young age...


How do you build a super sewer?

What do you do when a city outgrows its 150 year old sewer system? Build a super sewer of course! Join University of Oxford...

How do you run a marathon with two kids?

What do you think of when you think of running a marathon? Tired legs? Hitting that ‘wall’? Now imagine pushing a double...

How do you teach a machine to drive a car?

You may have seen the story last year about an electric pod travelling 1.25 miles (2km) through pedestrianised areas of...

Will supersonic transport ever make a comeback?

It’s 1985 and Phil Collins, drummer and singer had a problem. He wants to play Live Aid at Wembley, London and then a few...

'Light' Part 1 - Connecting to the internet through your lights

Can we receive information through our lighting?  

Killers 2 - Keeping water flowing with smartphones

Water is essential for life. So when your only source of safe water is from a water pump you grow to depend on it. If it...

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Image gallery for Oxford Materials Nanoanalysis Group

Listen to podcasts on the science of the Mathematical, Physical and Life Sciences Division.

How robots ask and answer questions - The Oxford Robotic Institute YouTube

Find out about the Bang! science magazine, produced by members of the University

Mathematics and Science lectures from the Department of Continuing Education

Department of Engineering Science Centenary Lectures