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‘Clocks’ In Tree-Rings That Could Reset Chronologies Across The Ancient World
Finding The Brain’s Generosity Centre
Cardiovascular Disease Cause of 45% of Deaths Across Europe Each Year
Greenland Shark Revealed To Have Longest Life Expectancy Of All Vertebrates
Psychologist’s Magic Makes a Non-Existent Object Disappear
Chronic Satisfaction For Medical Students
Record-Breaking Logic Gate ‘Another Important Milestone’ On Road To Quantum Computers
Getting It ‘Just Right’ In The Immune System
Satellite Images Show Poor Populations Around The World In Darkness At Night
Healthcare Costs For Blood Cancers Are Double Average Cancer Costs
Rapid Test For Bacterial Infection Reduces Antibiotic Use
New Research Challenges Uber’s Claims About Making Roads Safer
Countries With The World’s Richest One Per Cent
Oxford Zoologist Awarded RSPCA Animal Welfare Honour
New Pro-Vice-Chancellor For Education Appointed
Rare Mutations In Bowel Cancer May Identify Patients With a Better Prognosis
Five Oxford Academics Honoured By The Royal Society
Scientists Simulate Tiny Bacteria-Powered ‘Windfarm’
Oxford’s Physics Department Named Champion of Gender Equality
Oxford Study Finds Foster Carers Facing Allegations of Abuse Need Better Support
Different Ethnic Groups ‘Not Likely To Join The Same Local Clubs’
Health Guidance Leads To Reduction Of Repeat Hip Fractures
Not So Pea-Brained After All! Pea Plants Demonstrate Ability To ‘Gamble’ – A First In Plants
Mapping Online Hate Speech
Nine Distinguished Figures Honoured At Encaenia
Scientists Reveal Sub-Saharan Africa’s 4000-Year Legacy Of Past Migrations
Study Finds Europeans’ Attitudes To Migration ‘Do Not Depend On Net Migration Levels’
Ultimate Guide to Alcohol & Diabetes by John Aldridge
Study Confirms That Breast Is Best For Premature Babies’ Hearts
Oxford Spinout OMass Technologies Provides Native Mass Spectrometry To Pharma And Biotech
Generations Of Macaques Have Used Stone Tools To Open Their Oysters and Nuts
Bubbly Drinks Inspire More Effective Cancer Treatment
Lighting Colour Affects Sleep And Wakefulness
Most Antidepressant Drugs Ineffective For Children And Teens, Study Finds
Dogs Were Domesticated Not Once, But Twice… In Different Parts Of The World
Oxford Professor Awarded Shaw Prize in Mathematical Sciences
Crop Remains Point To Surprising Early Colonisers of Madagascar
Oxford Survey Reveals Journalists’ Views On Ethics, Pay, PR and Other Pressures
How Did Birds Get Their Wings? Bacteria May Provide a Clue, Say Scientists
Genes That Increase Children’s Risk Of Blood Infection Identified
‘A New Era In Number Theory’: Sir Andrew Wiles Receives The Abel Prize For Mathematics
Helping Stop The Lights Going Out: Oxford Researchers Launch the METER Study
Record £16.9m For Oxford Spinout Designing Stem Cell Drugs To Treat Age-Related Disease
Oxford Key To Network Of Ultra-Powerful MRI Scanners
Oxford University Project Aims To Transform 19th-Century Historically Informed Performance
Universal Flu Vaccine Under Development By Oxford Spinout Vaccitech
Prince William Opens New Oxford University Buildings
Oxford Spinout rises £10m For Precision System To Treat Disease
Oxford Nanoimaging To Provide Desktop Super-Resolution Microscopes
Thinking Differently Could Affect Power of Traumatic Memories