- 28 Feb 18 - Oxford to host major international conference on 'Intact Forests in the 21st Century'
- 29 Jan 18 - Synthesis paper reveals strengths and weaknesses of corporate environmental pledges
- 28 Sep 17 - DPhil research sheds new light on the volatile processes that shaped Earth
- 21 Sep 17 - Himalayan wolves are special
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- 29 Jan 19 - A century and a half of reconstructed ocean warming offers clues for the future
- 05 Jun 18 - Professor Yadvinder Malhi receives Royal Medal at the Royal Geographical Society
- 14 May 18 - Philip Stier receives the Humboldt Research Award
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- 20 Dec 18 - MSc Energy Systems – open to applications for 2019-20 entry
- 19 Dec 18 - Digital solutions could revolutionise the energy sector | Review 7th Oxford Energy Day | 1st October 2018
- 19 Dec 18 - 7th annual Oxford Energy Day | Digital Change and Energy | Programme and slides
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- 14 Feb 19 - Grow Green: Farming for a Plant-Strong Future
- 07 Feb 19 - Social Enterprise Strategies for Agro-Biodiversity Conservation in the Peru
- 03 Feb 19 - Cambridge Global Food Security Symposium 2019
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- Poetry in motion
Nature’s designs can be more efficient, elegant and powerful than anything yet built by man. A University of Oxford spin out aims to disrupt vehicle design by taking inspiration from the movement of animals.
- To the Zooniverse and beyond
Harnessing the time and skills of millions of volunteers worldwide is proving to be an extremely powerful way of driving research in fields as diverse as history, zoology, physics and even the response to humanitarian disasters.
- Managing the risk of surface water flooding
Research by the University of Oxford, in conjunction with the London School of Economics, is playing a key role in combating one of Britain’s most persistent natural hazards.
- The value of a green and pleasant land
Oxford research work helps to highlight the value of the natural world.