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The competition for a short story attracted 70 entries and judges included Boyd Tonkin, former chair of the judging panel of the Man Booker International Prize, and Liz Trubridge, Executive Producer of Downton Abbey.
Four researchers from the University of Oxford have been recognised for their outstanding contributions to immunology with Honorary Lifetime Membership of the British Society for Immunology, with the awards being announced at the recent British Society for Immunology Congress held in Edinburgh.
A University of Oxford study of almost 1,600 year 10 and 11 pupils in 28 North-East schools has shown that pupils on the Department for Education’s Opportunity North East (“ONE”) programme of career education have better industry knowledge and are statistically significantly more focused on their future career plans than pupils not on the ONE programme.
GlaxoSmithKline plc and the University of Oxford today announced a major five-year collaboration to establish the Oxford-GSK Institute of Molecular and Computational Medicine.
For the first time, mathematicians have partnered with artificial intelligence to suggest and prove new mathematical theorems.
Six new research centres have today been announced by the Economic and Social Research Council – as part of £49 million programme to tackle critical social and economic issues. And, following a highly competitive process, five Oxford researchers have been named as co-investigators across three of the centres
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