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Why can we live to 120 but not 1000? Geoffrey West on 'Scale: the universal laws of growth' Simonyi Lecture
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Oxford Mathematics Sep 20
Prime numbers, the flu, the nude and Christmas. Public Lectures for those cool Autumn evenings
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Bodleian Libraries Sep 14
Radiocarbon dating of the ' has excitingly rewritten mathematical history. ?amp=1
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Oxford Mathematics Sep 14
So tell me, what is a continuum of expanders? Research explains all.
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Oxford Statistics Sep 11
Prof Alison Etheridge was on talking about maths being overlooked. Listen here:
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Oxford UG Admissions Sep 7
Applications for 2018 entry at Oxford are now open- don't forget our deadline for completed applications is 15 October 2017, at 6pm UK time
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Oxford Mathematics Sep 6
If you're in Oxford on Saturday morning ' Andrew Wiles Building is open as part of Open Doors weekend.
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Women in Mathematics Sep 5
Need help with caring costs to attend a conference? Caring Grants scheme could help - deadline 15 Sept
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Oxford Mathematics Sep 5
Want to study Maths at University? Need a good book to help you along? ' Richard Earl has the answers.
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Oxford Mathematics Sep 1
Replying to @gavinpaulkelly
Thanks. I have taken it out for clarity - wiki has a view.
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Oxford Mathematics Sep 1
Heterogeneity in cell populations - a cautionary tale from Research
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Oxford Mathematics Sep 1
They used to be huge. No longer. explains in our latest Public Lecture, October 18
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Oxford Mathematics Sep 1
A very short film about symmetry and sound. Marcus du Sautoy spins the Chladni plates.
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Oxford Statistics Aug 30
An extremely happy mathematician - with her brand new book!
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Vicky Neale Aug 30
I've written a book! It's called "Closing the Gap: the quest to understand prime numbers". It's due to appear in October.
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Oxford UG Admissions Aug 22
Thinking about applying to Oxford for 2018? Come to our Open Day on 15 Sept to find out more abt studying here
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Oxford Mathematics Aug 29
How our immune systems could help us understand and prevent crime. Research.
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Oxford Mathematics Aug 16
Hair today, gone tomorrow. But have scientists found a new way to stimulate hair growth? Research
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Oxford Mathematics Aug 2
Landon Clay, founder of the Clay Mathematics Institute and generous supporter of has died.
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Oxford Mathematics Aug 2
One more cup of coffee for the mathematical road. Nabil Fadai from will be spilling the beans at
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