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30m doses of Oxford’s vaccine may be available in UK by...

The UK Government has announced that 30 million doses of Oxford’s coronavirus vaccine could be made available in Britain as early as...

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...

Researchers at Oxford University launch international study to assess the effects...

On the 24th of April, researchers at the University of Oxford launched a global study to evaluate the effects of Covid-19 in...

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...
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Government funds three Oxford COVID-19 projects

Three University of Oxford research projects will receive shares of a £20million government investment to combat coronavirus. Six UK projects will benefit...

Oxford University receives €56 million grant

Oxford University has been awarded a grant of €56 million by the European Research Council (ERC).  The winners of...

Oxford’s weapons research revealed

In 2017, with the Saudi-led blockade and bombing of Yemen at its height, a Pembroke Professor travelled to the UAE. He was there to advise the country's military leaders and Prime Minister, a dictator accused of war crimes by the UN, on military strategy.
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Oxford researchers develop AI machine to think like humans

The new architecture would let machines learn, understand and use language in a human-like way.

St John’s creates post to research its colonial past

The first post of its kind at Oxbridge, the research will focus on “explor[ing] connections between the college and colonialism".

Oxford research points to the need for divorce law reform

The majority of divorces were found to be granted on grounds of 'unreasonable behaviour'