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OxfordSparks Aug 6
⭐NEW ANIMATION! When faced with a , why are scientific analysis & so important? 📈 What key pieces of information do scientists need to uncover to tackle a new like -19? Watch now!
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University of Oxford Aug 5
Scientists from , part of an international team at , have observed a never seen before phenomenon - the Higgs boson decay into two elementary particles - meaning they've moved closer to understanding the forces shaping our universe:
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Oxford University Alumni Jul 1
A huge HELLO to all our . We're here to support you during the next exciting stage of your life. Keep an 👀 on your inbox for your welcome email 💌 to sign up for careers support, sign in to My Oxford, and say hello at Meeting Minds Global.
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SkyNews Aug 3
Chief Executive of Oxford Nanopore, Dr Gordon Sanghera tells at Breakfast how LamPORE, the new test that can detect the virus within 90 minutes, works 👇 Read more:
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University of Oxford Aug 1
People around the country are doing incredible things to support our coronavirus research, from running multiple marathons to embarking on epic cycle rides, and even releasing music! This brilliant bunch has already raised nearly £50,000 between them >>
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University of Oxford Jul 31
Replying to @CarolynHailston
We're really glad you enjoyed it, thanks Carolyn!
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University of Oxford Jul 31
Replying to @DropoutJohnny
Hi Johnny, just to clarify, we're talking about the arrival of people some 30,000 years ago.
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University of Oxford Jul 31
When people found the Americas... LIVE
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University of Oxford Jul 31
Replying to @DropoutJohnny
Hi Johnny, today we'll be talking about people who travelled by boat to North America some 30,000 years ago, at a time when giant animals still roamed the continent & long before it was thought the earliest arrivals had made the crossing from Asia. Thanks for getting in touch.
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University of Oxford Jul 31
Replying to @renaissance_doc
That's great to hear, thanks Dorkina! Feel free to send over any questions and we'll pass them on to today's speakers :)
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University of Oxford Jul 31
The Americas were the last continents that humans discovered and moved into. Today at 3:15pm, join our School of Archaeology to explore the deep past of the Americas, and what it can tell us about the modern world >>
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University of Oxford Jul 31
Infectious disease and clinical machine learning experts have developed an Artificial Intelligence test that can rapidly screen for COVID-19 in patients arriving in emergency departments >>
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University of Oxford Jul 30
We're looking forward to welcoming new and current students for the start of Michaelmas (autumn) term 2020! We’ve been working to make sure we support you as best we can in all scenarios. Find out more here >>
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Oxford UG Admissions Jul 29
Don't forget to sign up for our newsletter to make sure you get all the latest updates on applying for courses beginning in 2021!
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University of Oxford Jul 29
Replying to @stratfoj
thanks for watching James - this was the link on the slide:
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University of Oxford Jul 29
Mathematical Epidemiology & : COVID Conversations LIVE
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University of Oxford Jul 28
In our final of series one, we'll be talking epidemiology, or more specifically the mathematical models which have been used worldwide to inform policy responses to . Join us at 1:15pm today:
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Oxford University Museum of Natural History Jul 24
From flesh to fossil: find out more about the chemistry behind understanding the remarkable in our next free lecture ▶️
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BBC Current Affairs Jul 27
Profile: Professor Sarah Gilbert The scientist whose team is developing a coronavirus vaccine at record speed. Profile discovers the many talents of the Oxford University vaccine specialist.
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University of Oxford Jul 27
Researchers from and have developed a new mental health treatment programme for frontline healthcare workers >>
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