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Electricity Access for All

How can we sustainably electrify parts of the world that don't currently have access to clean and reliable energy? How can...

DNA: A Rich Tapestry

Whether it’s the way we speak, or the sports team we support, the little differences between us can carry clues to our...

Does love have a scent?

Love is in the air - or is it? Companies are advertising that they can find you love through the power of scent! But are...

Is vaping better than smoking?

E-cigarettes are the new kid on the block. They’re getting lots of attention from many scientists across the world curious...

How do you survive the office Christmas party?

Everyone has a story about an office Christmas party that got a bit out of hand. In this episode of the Oxford Sparks Big...

Is love real? Watch our Facebook LIVE to find out...

Is Love real? And how does love vary in different ages, if at all? Is there an ideal time for love?

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Online exhibition on John Aubrey and the Development of Experimental Science

Watch an animation of the oldest geared mechanism in the world

Epact: Online Catalogue of Scientific instruments of Medieval and Renaissance Europe

See Alice's Flipbook of pictures from the Museum of the History of Science

Science and medicine blog from Oxford University Press

Watch the Oxford Impacts video series, explaining how research at Oxford impacts industry, politics, and society