Go and find the Pitt Rivers Museum crew at Oxford Pride 2017 on 3 June! They'll be at the Oxford Castle Quarter with objects from their handling collection and sharing queer interpretations of University of Oxford's collections! #OutInOxford
Go and find the Pitt Rivers Museum crew at Oxford Pride 2017

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Why do we sleep? Read this article on the lowdown on the all-important shut eye! [ Po.st Link ]
Why do we sleep Read this article on the lowdown on the allimportant shut eye
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Amitava Mukerjee
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University of Oxford
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05/24/2017 at 15:05. Facebook
This summer, Oxford University is launching ‘Lest We Forget’, a new community-based initiative to preserve materials held by the public dating from the First World War. Every item collected will then be published in 2018 on a free-to-use online database for children, scholars, and the wider public alike to promote understanding of the Great War, further historical research, and secure the...
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This summer Oxford University is launching Lest We Forget a new communitybased
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University of Oxford
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05/23/2017 at 15:01. Facebook
New trial for blindness rewrites the genetic code [ Po.st Link ]
New trial for blindness rewrites the genetic code
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Sonal Sehgal
Azam Khan
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University of Oxford
05/22/2017 at 15:01. Facebook
Who can tell us the truth about love? Jorge Lopez Llorente, an undergraduate at Mansfield College, interviews academics in the fields of evolutionary anthropology, zoology and English literature to find out more about the elusive subject of love. [ Po.st Link ]

Can anyone tell us the truth about love? | University of Oxford

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05/21/2017 at 15:01. Facebook
On World Day for Cultural Diversity, we take a look at the diverse backgrounds of people at Oxford and what diversity means to them. [ Po.st Link ]
On World Day for Cultural Diversity we take a look at the
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Stanley Xiao
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05/20/2017 at 15:01. Facebook
Doubts about whether internet filters protect teenagers online @oiioxford [ Po.st Link ]
Doubts about whether internet filters protect teenagers online oiioxford
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Venkateash Kuncham
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05/19/2017 at 15:00. Facebook
Watch out caterpillars! A study involving fake caterpillars has revealed a global pattern in predation. The international team made the discovery by examining a fraction of caterpillars eaten along an 11,635 km gradient from the Arctic Circle to southern Australia. The work revealed that a caterpillar living near the Equator is eight times more likely to be eaten, than a caterpillar at the...
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Watch out caterpillars A study involving fake caterpillars has revealed a global
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05/19/2017 at 09:24. Facebook
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Yesterday, the Chancellor Philip Hammond spoke at the opening of the Li Ka Shing Centre for Health Information and Discovery, stating the centre will offer "huge potential to change the course of medical science, and a huge potential impact on human wellbeing."

Oxford's new £115 million biomedical research centre is now the world's largest health big data institute.
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"Being a morally good, and in some ways self-sacrificing, person is one of the best ways to have a life that is not only morally good, but also subjectively satisfying."
Read this fascinating interview with Jeff McMahan, Professor of Moral Philosophy at Oxford University on how to live a happy, but also morally good, life. [ Po.st Link ]
Being a morally good and in some ways selfsacrificing person is one

Professor Jeff McMahan | University of Oxford

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George Kwaider
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At the start of the academic year first year state school students at Oxford nominated over 50 teachers for an inspirational teachers award. This month the winning teachers receive their award at a celebratory event. po.st/teachers #whoinspiredyou
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At the start of the academic year first year state school students
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What can chemicals learn from nature? How does the grapefruit smell get into your face wash? Or the active ingredient in your medicine? @OxfordSparks can tell you: #CuriosityCarnival
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We're delighted to introduce our Oxfordshire Business Awards 2017 Apprenticeship of the Year finalists 2017! Follow the links below to find out all about them...
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'Around the world people dance and make music... There’s something quite human about our tendency to express ourselves through music.'
An Oxford psychologist looks at why we make music and dance, whether it has an evolutionary component and how it can create feelings of collective joy. [ Po.st Link ]
Around the world people dance and make music Theres something quite human
Hirko Melaku
Lucky Monique
Mohammed Qasim AL-Hussiny
You may know Christopher Wren as the architect of many iconic buildings, including the Sheldonian Theatre, but did you know he also invented musical instruments, dissected frogs and created scientific instruments during his time in Oxford?
Image: Sheldonian Theatre, courtesy of Oxford University Images
You may know Christopher Wren as the architect of many iconic buildings
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Arslan R Ramzan
Amitava Mukerjee
OxHoli 2017, organised by the Oxford University Hindu Society, will be taking place tomorrow. Come and celebrate the beginning of spring: [ Po.st Link ]

"As an international student, I've found Oxford to be a vibrant and accepting place. There is a society for absolutely everyone, regardless of their ethnic or cultural background. The Oxford student community has taught me what it's like to...
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The Sound of Symmetry and the Symmetry of Sound - Marcus du Sautoy: Symmetry has played a critical role both for composers and in the creation of musical instruments. From Bach’s Goldberg Variations to Schoenberg’s Twelve-tone rows, composers have exploited symmetry to create variations on a theme. But symmetry is also embedded in the very way instruments make sound. The lecture will culminate...
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Khairun Nahar Chowdhury
Aziz Davlatov
Calling innovators, technologists and creative people from around the world!
We invite you to submit a distinctive idea to help make Oxford more liveable, open and collaborative as a city.

Making use of the city's existing infrastructure and smart city technologies, the winning entry will put people and play at the heart of the city and catch the imagination of those who live, study, visit...
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Tomorrow, Professor Marcus du Sautoy will be giving a lecture on ‘The Sound of Symmetry and the Symmetry of Sound’. Filmed in the Mathematics Institute, the lecture will be streamed live on the University of Oxford Facebook page at 5pm.

You can read more here: [ Po.st Link ]. Don’t forget to tune in!
Tomorrow Professor Marcus du Sautoy will be giving a lecture on The
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