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    Oxford launches study on lockdown’s effects on young people

    The University of Oxford has created a survey investigating the impact of lockdown on young people.  The survey, called Co-SPACE (standing for COVID-19 Supporting Parents, Adolescents, and...

    Oxford United mask distribution praised in parliament

    Layla Moran tabled a motion in the House of Commons last week to celebrate the work of Oxford United Football Club in response to...

    Oxford libraries support students remotely

    Libraries throughout Oxford have been working to provide students with resources necessary for tutorials, although there is variation among colleges. The Bodleian Libraries are...

    St Hilda’s students donate food left in College to local food...

    Students and staff at St Hilda’s have been making use of food left in college to support local food banks struggling due to the coronavirus pandemic. The...

    May Morning will be celebrated virtually

    This year’s May Morning celebrations will be held online - they will be live-streamed on Facebook and broadcast in part by the BBC. Following...

    Government pledges £20 million towards Oxford coronavirus vaccine

    Matt Hancock announced this afternoon during the government’s daily Coronavirus press conference that £20 million in funding will be allocated towards a vaccine research...

    Oxford students set up COVID-19 support website for Zimbabwe

    Five Oxford students are part of a global group of Zimbabwean students and young professionals who have founded the Zimbabwe Covid-19 Support Hub. The...

    NHS staff and rough sleepers offered college accommodation

    Several Oxford colleges have made rooms available for homeless people and health workers to combat the impact of the COVID-19 crisis. University College and Pembroke College...

    Pembroke provides food for 100 homeless people

    Pembroke College is providing homeless people in Oxford with three meals a day in response to the COVID-19 outbreak. The College is participating in...

    Oxford company to screen 15,000 drugs for COVID-19 cure

    The Oxford-based company Exscientia will use artificial intelligence to evaluate over 15,000 drugs in order to test them for effectiveness in curing coronavirus. The...