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Scientists have shed light on an important stage of early embryonic development that has never been fully mapped out in humans before.
Science has never been more in the spotlight than over the last two years. From the pandemic to climate change, scientists are being called on for their expertise and to provide solutions to the world’s biggest and most urgent problems.
Scientists at the University of Oxford have developed new artificial intelligence (AI) models to recognise behaviours of chimpanzees in the wild.
The challenges and opportunities of human mobility in the Global South are the focus of a new project just launched by the University of Oxford and the University of the Witwatersrand, South Africa, in an innovative joint partnership.
When the history of COP26 and the battle to reduce emissions is written, last minute manoeuvrings in Glasgow will be a feature. But the very real successes of this year’s Conference of the Parties will also be writ large: years of negotiations over core issues resolved and the completion of the Paris rule book as well…
The University of Oxford is to benefit from $2 million (£1.49 million) in funding from the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative (CZI) to investigate how our ancestry and diversity influence the way that vaccines work in our cells.
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