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Solar System formation in two steps
How our planets were formed
Solar System formed in two steps
COVID-19 update
Online support for blood pressure management at home is effective and low-cost
Remote, online support for blood pressure management at home is effective and low-cost
Genome Editing to Treat Human Retinal Degeneration
Parental mental health worsens under new national COVID-19 restrictions
£100 million donation from Ineos to create new institute to fight antimicrobial resistance
Midlands is delivering nearly £100m of COVID research to support nation’s fight against COVID-19
Thousands of patients may have undiagnosed and untreated bowel cancer due to COVID-19 disruption
No limit to benefits of exercise in reducing risk of cardiovascular disease
Dire Wolves: not just a Game of Thrones’ fantasy – a fearsome distinct, but extinct, canine
Ancient DNA reveals secrets of Game of Thrones dire wolves
Dire wolf was a distinct species, different from gray wolf, biologists discover
University of Sheffield to lead multi-million pound project which could open up a new frontier in physics
£7.2m quantum network will develop technology to probe Universe’s mysteries
Social media manipulation by political actors an industrial scale problem – Oxford report
Nanoparticle Immunization Technology Could Protect Against Many Strains of Coronaviruses
Analytical Measurements Can Predict Organic Solar Cell Stability
COVID-19 transmission chains in UK traced back to Spain, France and Italy
Online tool identifies COVID-19 patients at highest risk of deterioration
Light-based processors boost machine-learning processing
UK National Health Service begins rollout of Oxford coronavirus vaccine
UK scholarships and fellowships for Singaporeans
Oxford University welcomes UK regulatory emergency use authorisation of coronavirus vaccine
Virus that shut down world: 2020, a year like no other
£149 million to support increased care home testing
Targeted community testing extended to 10 more areas
Targeted community testing extended to 17 more areas
Brexit puts UK health care at risk
Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada announces a judicial appointment in province of British Columbia
Current food production systems could mean far-reaching habitat loss
Unique prediction of ‘modified gravity’ challenges dark matter
‘Oxford and Colonialism’ hub to improve University’s anti-racist future by better understanding imperial past
2020-21 Mid-Year Economic and Fiscal Outlook
Two new vaccines secured, enough for every New Zealander
How spread of Internet is changing migration
Bright ideas win medical research funding
Expert advises on use of biodegradable plastics
Researchers to investigate Quantum Computing for music industry
First wave of targeted Tier 3 community testing initiatives announced
National COVID-19 Infections Survey reveals changes to pandemic over time
Appointment of Judges of High Court
Three quarters of Brazilian Amazon have been infected with COVID-19 since March
76% of Brazilian Amazon have been infected with COVID-19 since first outbreak
First Master’s programme on managing risks of AI launched by Cambridge
UK Government launches independent review of Human Rights Act