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New Year Honours 2014
Ten senior members of the University of Oxford were recognised in the New Year honours which were announced on 31 December. [Read More]
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Moluccan Woodcock is 'not so endangered' after all
A team of researchers has captured the first known photographs of the elusive Moluccan Woodcock and suggest that it may be less threatened than previously believed. [Read More]
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Putting science centre stage in your Christmas TV viewing
If you're planning your Christmas TV viewing, put a big red ring around BBC Four at 8pm on 28, 29 and 30 December for the Christmas Lectures, filmed at the Royal Institution. [Read More]
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Wishing you a multisensory Christmas!
Experimental psychologist Professor Charles Spence presents his guide to putting on the perfect Christmas. [Read More]
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Older men most likely to link video games with aggression
An Oxford study has found that people's belief in whether there is a link between video games and aggressive behaviour is often influenced by whether they have experience of gaming themselves. [Read More]
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An apple a day keeps the heart doctor away
The 150-year-old proverb 'an apple a day keeps the doctor away' stands the test of time, say Oxford University researchers. [Read More]
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One in four women prisoners self-harm every year
As many as one in four women prisoners in England and Wales self-harm every year, with women in prison four times more likely to self-harm than men. [Read More]
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Sullivan collection of Chinese art bequeathed to Ashmolean
Oxford University's Ashmolean Museum has acquired one of the greatest private collections of modern and contemporary Chinese art in the world. [Read More]
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Oxford China Lecture: The global shift to urban living
Oxford staged its biggest annual public event in China with its inaugural Oxford China Lecture. Professor Steve Rayner spoke about 'The Future City' in the first of the international series. [Read More]