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MRI study involving Oxford researchers finds brain differences in children with language learning difficulties

A child is quiet. He has difficulty reading and writing. He struggles to choose the proper words to express himself. He talks like someone way younger than him. He...

Advertorial: Discover the Warwick Business School Finance Masters portfolio

An advertorial from the Warwick Business School sharing information about their Finance Masters portfolio and postgraduate scholarships.

Teenage Meningitis vaccination programme drives herd immunity across all ages

Researchers from Oxford University have found that a teenage meningitis vaccine programme drives herd...

The battle for our screens

In the UK, the Subscription Video on Demand (SVoD) market (streaming services) rose from <£1mn in 2009 to £495mn in 2018.

The Radcliffe Department of Medicine: Four Year PhD Scholars Programme

The Radcliffe Department of Medicine at the University of Oxford is a large, multi-disciplinary department, which aims to...

MRI study involving Oxford researchers finds brain differences in children with language learning difficulties

A child is quiet. He has difficulty reading and writing. He struggles to choose the proper words to express himself. He talks like someone...

Advertorial: Discover the Warwick Business School Finance Masters portfolio

An advertorial from the Warwick Business School sharing information about their Finance Masters portfolio and postgraduate scholarships.

Teenage Meningitis vaccination programme drives herd immunity across all ages

Researchers from Oxford University have found that a teenage meningitis vaccine programme drives herd immunity across all ages. This week, Oxford scientists have reported findings...

The battle for our screens

In the UK, the Subscription Video on Demand (SVoD) market (streaming services) rose from <£1mn in 2009 to £495mn in 2018.

The Radcliffe Department of Medicine: Four Year PhD Scholars Programme

The Radcliffe Department of Medicine at the University of Oxford is a large, multi-disciplinary department, which aims to tackle some of the world’s biggest health challenges by integrating...

Gaming the system

Big Tech has gripped the video games industry, and they’re squeezing it for all it has. Unfortunately, that means the once multi-faceted industry is...

How can we cure Alzheimer’s disease?

Alzheimer’s disease is a neurodegenerative condition that affects over 10% of people over 65. The observable symptoms painfully familiar: Difficulty with language, confusion and...

Why the human genome still isn’t fully complete

The original Human genome project was started in 1990, and aimed to determine the entire sequence within 15 years. In 2000, a rough draft...

On deglobalisation and the narrative of decline: are we really looking at a threat to global trade?

In 1989, the Berlin Wall fell. It heralded the third era of globalisation. In terms of trade, the basic premise was that barriers between...

Generation Sharent: Are Hyper-Exposed Children the Price of Social Media Fame?

"While parents' desire to share the lives of their little ones are often borne out of the best intentions, a child’s right to determine the course of their lives on their own terms, on-and-offline, should take precedence."

Oxford Foundry Launches partnership with FMDQ Private Markets Limited

Last year, the Oxford Foundry (OxFo) announced that they were partnering with FMDQ Private Markets Limited to accelerate Nigeria’s startup ecosystem. In December, they...

Do Student VCs Make Sound Bets?

Innovation and Invention. One look at the popular press will show you the powerful grip each has on the nation’s collective imagination and the...

Meta-perverse: on the inherent misogyny of the technology and gaming industry

"Despite voicing intent to take action, the victim-blaming of female beta testers in the metaverse only echoes Facebook’s inherent misogyny that, unlike their re-brand, has not been resolved."

Broader system challenges for net-zero energy transition

"Despite the availability of technologies and abundance of resources, the net zero ambition remains far from realisation – this shows that technical restructuring is likely not the main obstacle hindering energy transitions."

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