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Vaxzevria approved in EU as third dose booster against Covid
50-year project reveals new insights about evolution and influence of Voltaire’s thought
Major boost for Oxford’s mission to counter future pandemic threats
New reporting guidelines developed to improve AI in healthcare settings
Rainforest trees may have been dying faster since 1980s because of climate change
Statins may provide protection against depression
Helga Pedersen Human Rights Moot Court Competition – 10th anniversary
NHS Blood and Transplant launches £20m blood, organ, plasma, and stem cell research units
Research of diverse populations advances understanding of type 2 diabetes
Caltech Researchers Help Generate First Image of Black Hole at Center of Our Galaxy
Oxford’s REF 2021 results show largest volume of world-leading research
Neuropsychiatric risks of severe Covid, other severe acute respiratory infections
Brazil-UK team played vital role in Covid response
Peter Harrison – Genome Analysis Team Leader
Eight Oxford researchers elected to Royal Society
Peter Jüni talks to CBC about his time as Ontario Covid Science Advisory Table’s scientific director
Sale of donkey skins linked to trade in illegal wildlife products
Anwen Griffiths and Dr Romana Ramzan have been appointed to Board of British Film Institute. Robin Saunders
Dairy products linked to increased risk of cancer
How it works, how it’s changing and why it matters
Scientists engineer new tools to electronically control gene expression
Neither detection nor control of high blood pressure improved by self-monitoring during pregnancy
Home monitoring of blood pressure does not help to detect or improve pregnancy hypertension
How black rat colonised Europe in Roman and Medieval periods
Spread of black rats was linked to human historical events
Research singles out omission that might kill 27,000 people per year
Breakthrough in treatment for Dupuytren’s disease
Appointments to Adaptation Committee of Climate Change Committee
CAMS Oxford Institute unveiled at virtual ceremony
Scientist named Australian of Year in UK
New study shows fewer people die from Covid in better vaccinated communities
Understanding female IRD carriers
Understanding experience of female IRD carriers
Lighting Up Artificial Neural Networks
75 years of influential Great Tit study at Wytham Woods
Reach Alliance leads “change for a sustainable and inclusive future”: Joseph Wong in Times Higher Education
Boost for National Infrastructure Commission with new appointments
New Humanities and Social Sciences VP for Queen Mary
New state of art for unsupervised vision
Sapphire fibre could enable cleaner energy and air-travel
Sapphire fiber could enable cleaner energy and air-travel
Researchers assess Oxford University’s impacts on biodiversity and how to mitigate them
OligoNova sets up first gathering of top Swedish oligonucleotide scientists
No rest for new elephant mothers
£1.9m funding to advance understanding of links between chronic infections and non-communicable diseases
Lancaster part of MRC National Mouse Genetics Network
Accelerating digital skills for an inclusive digital economy in Indonesia
Social connections influence brain structure of rhesus macaques