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Oxford Mail
Dazzling Diamonds: Pandemics can move fast, but science is catching upbreakthrough, scientists in Oxford last month uncovered a promising new tool in
Dazzling Diamonds: Pandemics can move fast, but science is catching up
Oxford Mail / Posted 53 minutes ago
breakthrough, scientists in Oxford last month uncovered a promising new tool in the fight against Ebola. The group from Oxford University and Diamond successfully captured atomic images of an anticancer drug, called Toremifine, interacting with... Read more
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Namibia Economist
Obituary: Geoffrey Hill died on June 30thwith all vocations, or indeed love affairs, it was often difficult. Few seemed
Obituary: Geoffrey Hill died on June 30th
Namibia Economist / Posted 4 hours ago
with all vocations, or indeed love affairs, it was often difficult. Few seemed to understand him in the beginning. At Oxford University, his first year was miserable and he had few friends. He was often wracked with “savage melancholia” and... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Campaigners call on midwives and patients to join their latest protest to save Horton Hospitalon Saturday night following the news that maternity services could be suspended
Campaigners call on midwives and patients to join their latest protest to save Horton Hospital
Oxford Mail / Posted 4 hours ago
on Saturday night following the news that maternity services could be suspended because of a staff recruitment crisis. Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, which runs the Banbury hospital, confirmed on Friday it was planning to... Read more
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Times of Malta
The origin of humanismlack of interest in medieval writing, this meant that entire libraries could di
The origin of humanism
Times of Malta / Posted 7 hours ago
lack of interest in medieval writing, this meant that entire libraries could disappear. Sometime between 1535 and 1558, Oxford University contrived to lose every single manuscript in its collection and even sold off the bookcases. Merton... Read more
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Inquirier.net
Scientists: Cockroach milk could be next superfoodfindings, meanwhile, are not the first time scientists have advocated for consu
Scientists: Cockroach milk could be next superfood
Inquirier.net / Posted 8 hours ago
findings, meanwhile, are not the first time scientists have advocated for consuming creepy crawlers. A similar study from Oxford University in last year found that consuming insects gives more protein than equivalent amounts of red meat. Khristian... Read more
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Hawaii News Now
Luc Hoffman, Swiss ornithologist and naturalist, dead at 93mostly European. In 2003, a Luc Hoffmann chair in field ornithology was establi
Luc Hoffman, Swiss ornithologist and naturalist, dead at 93
Hawaii News Now / Posted 20 hours ago
mostly European. In 2003, a Luc Hoffmann chair in field ornithology was established at the Edward Grey Institute at Oxford University. A private funeral was planned. Hoffmann is survived by four children, eight grandchildren and a... Read more
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WECT 6 Wilmington
Luc Hoffman, Swiss ornithologist and naturalist, dead at 93mostly European. In 2003, a Luc Hoffmann chair in field ornithology was establi
Luc Hoffman, Swiss ornithologist and naturalist, dead at 93
WECT 6 Wilmington / Posted 20 hours ago
mostly European. In 2003, a Luc Hoffmann chair in field ornithology was established at the Edward Grey Institute at Oxford University. A private funeral was planned. Hoffmann is survived by four children, eight grandchildren and a... Read more
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Namibia Economist
Reducing immigration could strain Britain’s public services furthermedics are leaving in search of better deals in Australia and Canada. Carlos Va
Reducing immigration could strain Britain’s public services further
Namibia Economist / Posted 21 hours ago
medics are leaving in search of better deals in Australia and Canada. Carlos Vargas-Silva of the Migration Observatory at Oxford University thinks that, if necessary, the government may impose less restrictive criteria for visas in the NHS. Most... Read more
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birminghammail
University Challenge: Oxford disqualified in student rowThe Oxford University team which won this year's series of University Challenge
University Challenge: Oxford disqualified in student row
birminghammail / Posted 23 hours ago
The Oxford University team which won this year's series of University Challenge has been disqualified after fielding an ineligible contestant, the BBC said tonight. A BBC statement said: "The University Challenge rules on student eligibility are... Read more
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PhysOrg
Good emissions trading programs are unique, not one-size-fits-all, new book argues“The Cultures of Markets: The Political Economy of Climate Governance,” by Jane
Good emissions trading programs are unique, not one-size-fits-all, new book argues
PhysOrg / Posted 23 hours ago
“The Cultures of Markets: The Political Economy of Climate Governance,” by Janelle Knox-Hayes (pictured), published by Oxford University Press. Climate change is a global problem—but its solution relies on national, regional, and local policy... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Campaigners angry at changes to Banbury maternity servicesand honest" after news some maternity services could be suspended at the Horton
Campaigners angry at changes to Banbury maternity services
This is Oxfordshire / Posted yesterday
and honest" after news some maternity services could be suspended at the Horton Hospital because of a recruitment crisis. Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, which runs the Banbury hospital, confirmed last week it was planning to... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Campaigners angry at changes to Banbury maternity servicesand honest" after news some maternity services could be suspended at the Horton
Campaigners angry at changes to Banbury maternity services
Oxford Mail / Posted yesterday
and honest" after news some maternity services could be suspended at the Horton Hospital because of a recruitment crisis. Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, which runs the Banbury hospital, confirmed last week it was planning to... Read more
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Daily Mail
According to scientists the next big superfood is cockroach milkcrystals in their lab. It's not the first time scientists have advocated for c
According to scientists the next big superfood is cockroach milk
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
crystals in their lab. It's not the first time scientists have advocated for consuming bugs either. Last year a study from Oxford University found that consuming insects like cockroaches gave you more protein than equivalent amounts of red... Read more
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Canberra Times
Tesla chief Elon Musk is moving full speed ahead despite roadblockssaid John B. Goodenough, who turns 94 on Monday, the physicist who helped pione
Tesla chief Elon Musk is moving full speed ahead despite roadblocks
Canberra Times / Posted yesterday
said John B. Goodenough, who turns 94 on Monday, the physicist who helped pioneer the rechargeable lithium-ion battery at Oxford University in the 1970s and '80s. "I do give him credit just for audacity."Online, on the road and in space Musk,... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Tesla chief Elon Musk is moving full speed ahead despite roadblockssaid John B. Goodenough, who turns 94 on Monday, the physicist who helped pione
Tesla chief Elon Musk is moving full speed ahead despite roadblocks
Brisbane Times / Posted yesterday
said John B. Goodenough, who turns 94 on Monday, the physicist who helped pioneer the rechargeable lithium-ion battery at Oxford University in the 1970s and '80s. "I do give him credit just for audacity."Online, on the road and in space Musk,... Read more
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The Age
Tesla chief Elon Musk is moving full speed ahead despite roadblockssaid John B. Goodenough, who turns 94 on Monday, the physicist who helped pione
Tesla chief Elon Musk is moving full speed ahead despite roadblocks
The Age / Posted yesterday
said John B. Goodenough, who turns 94 on Monday, the physicist who helped pioneer the rechargeable lithium-ion battery at Oxford University in the 1970s and '80s. "I do give him credit just for audacity."Online, on the road and in space Musk,... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Tesla chief Elon Musk is moving full speed ahead despite roadblockssaid John B. Goodenough, who turns 94 on Monday, the physicist who helped pione
Tesla chief Elon Musk is moving full speed ahead despite roadblocks
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted yesterday
said John B. Goodenough, who turns 94 on Monday, the physicist who helped pioneer the rechargeable lithium-ion battery at Oxford University in the 1970s and '80s. "I do give him credit just for audacity."Online, on the road and in space Musk,... Read more
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WA Today
Tesla chief Elon Musk is moving full speed ahead despite roadblockssaid John B. Goodenough, who turns 94 on Monday, the physicist who helped pione
Tesla chief Elon Musk is moving full speed ahead despite roadblocks
WA Today / Posted yesterday
said John B. Goodenough, who turns 94 on Monday, the physicist who helped pioneer the rechargeable lithium-ion battery at Oxford University in the 1970s and '80s. "I do give him credit just for audacity."Online, on the road and in space Musk,... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Despite roadblocks for Tesla, Musk is moving full speed aheadsaid John B. Goodenough, who turns 94 on Monday, the physicist who helped pione
Despite roadblocks for Tesla, Musk is moving full speed ahead
The Globe and Mail / Posted yesterday
said John B. Goodenough, who turns 94 on Monday, the physicist who helped pioneer the rechargeable lithium-ion battery at Oxford University in the 1970s and ‘80s. “I do give him credit just for audacity.” Online, on the Road and in Space Musk,... Read more
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Eye Witness News
Scientists map the outer layer of the brainprecisely aligning the brains to a common coordinate system before analysis, us
Scientists map the outer layer of the brain
Eye Witness News / Posted yesterday
precisely aligning the brains to a common coordinate system before analysis, using an algorithm developed by colleagues at Oxford University, and incorporating the highest-quality MRI data available. The researchers also verified that their method... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Despite advances, democracy in Africa hobbled by 'rigging'elections is increasing but their quality is decreasing," said Nic Cheeseman, a
Despite advances, democracy in Africa hobbled by 'rigging'
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 2 days ago
elections is increasing but their quality is decreasing," said Nic Cheeseman, an associate professor of African studies at Oxford University. "Leaders are becoming more and more aware of how they can rig elections, and they are better and smarter... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Researchers to Study Child Behavioral Healthon the project are drawn from institutions such as Makerere University, New Yor
Researchers to Study Child Behavioral Health
AllAfrica.com / Posted 2 days ago
on the project are drawn from institutions such as Makerere University, New York University, Columbia University, Oxford University, University of Nairobi, University of Ghana, University of Cape Town, University College London, and... Read more
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ESPN Cricinfo
English cricket must reach out and touch its publicprime minister, and quickly appointed Johnson as her new foreign secretary, had
English cricket must reach out and touch its public
ESPN Cricinfo / Posted 2 days ago
prime minister, and quickly appointed Johnson as her new foreign secretary, had been a cricket fan as a student at Oxford University. David Cameron, May's predecessor, also knew the power of cricket for Tory voters. Last year he had to... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Imaginative scheme to house young professionals with older people to solve loneliness and housing crisis in Oxfordroom" £480. Several drop-in events will be scheduled at the city's main hospit
Imaginative scheme to house young professionals with older people to solve loneliness and housing crisis in Oxford
Oxford Mail / Posted 2 days ago
room" £480. Several drop-in events will be scheduled at the city's main hospitals following successful discussions with Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. Ms Shuttleworth said: "The hospitals are struggling to retain staff and we... Read more
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SKY News
Scientists' Health Check Of The World's Oceanssuch as parrot fish or jacks. A second, deeper, dive by the mission's principl
Scientists' Health Check Of The World's Oceans
SKY News / Posted 2 days ago
such as parrot fish or jacks. A second, deeper, dive by the mission's principle scientist, Professor Alex Rogers of Oxford University, also found an alarming lack of bigger fish. Sky News joined specially trained divers to carry out the... Read more
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Connecticut Post
‘Infinity’ dramatizes true story of math geniustheir lives to the subject. She thought the movie did a good job of showing the
‘Infinity’ dramatizes true story of math genius
Connecticut Post / Posted 2 days ago
their lives to the subject. She thought the movie did a good job of showing the young Indian’s breakthroughs with his Oxford University mentor, G.H. Hardy, played by Jeremy Irons (in the sort of moving and finely detailed performance that... Read more
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Darien News-Review
‘Infinity’ dramatizes true story of math geniustheir lives to the subject. She thought the movie did a good job of showing the
‘Infinity’ dramatizes true story of math genius
Darien News-Review / Posted 2 days ago
their lives to the subject. She thought the movie did a good job of showing the young Indian’s breakthroughs with his Oxford University mentor, G.H. Hardy, played by Jeremy Irons (in the sort of moving and finely detailed performance that... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
‘Infinity’ dramatizes true story of math geniustheir lives to the subject. She thought the movie did a good job of showing the
‘Infinity’ dramatizes true story of math genius
Stamford Advocate / Posted 2 days ago
their lives to the subject. She thought the movie did a good job of showing the young Indian’s breakthroughs with his Oxford University mentor, G.H. Hardy, played by Jeremy Irons (in the sort of moving and finely detailed performance that... Read more
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The Telegraph
Project Angerneeds an America that is pulling itself together, not tearing itself apart. Th
Project Anger
The Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
needs an America that is pulling itself together, not tearing itself apart. The author is professor of European Studies at Oxford University, and a senior fellow at the Hoover Institution, Stanford University. His new book, Free Speech: Ten... Read more
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Pilipino Star
Will Piolo & Juday work on a movie again?how can you enjoy wealth,” added Piolo who has just returned from London where
Will Piolo & Juday work on a movie again?
Pilipino Star / Posted 2 days ago
how can you enjoy wealth,” added Piolo who has just returned from London where he took up a short course on Apologetics at Oxford University with Jodi Sta. Maria and Hayden Kho Jr.. Aside from the Sun Life event, Piolo is readying himself for... Read more
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Scotsman
Philosophy In The Islamic World | The Seamstress And The Windmore gauche statements, the former Ukip candidate, Robert Kilroy-Silk, asserted
Philosophy In The Islamic World | The Seamstress And The Wind
Scotsman / Posted 2 days ago
more gauche statements, the former Ukip candidate, Robert Kilroy-Silk, asserted that “we owe the Arabs nothing”. Perhaps Oxford University Press might send a complimentary copy of this book to him to help with his clearly hard-of-thinking... Read more
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Rappler
[Two Pronged] Is she bound to be unfaithful?column by couple Jeremy Baer and clinical psychologist Dr Margarita Holmes. Je
[Two Pronged] Is she bound to be unfaithful?
Rappler / Posted 3 days ago
column by couple Jeremy Baer and clinical psychologist Dr Margarita Holmes. Jeremy has a master's degree in law from Oxford University. A banker of 37 years who worked in 3 continents, he has been training with Dr Holmes for the last 10 years... Read more
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The Economic Times
PILs flourished during Justice Krishna Iyer's time, says new bookas his approach to the issues and sometimes, he even "coined new words". Khurs
PILs flourished during Justice Krishna Iyer's time, says new book
The Economic Times / Posted 3 days ago
as his approach to the issues and sometimes, he even "coined new words". Khurshid, recalling meeting him in Oxford University, says, "Justice Krishna Iyer played with language, marshaled the language to express his point in his... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Visitors to Godstow Abbey given insight into site's royal pasttimes since then, including to Henry VIII’s physician, George Owen, and success
Visitors to Godstow Abbey given insight into site's royal past
Oxford Mail / Posted 3 days ago
times since then, including to Henry VIII’s physician, George Owen, and successive Earls of Abingdon. It is now owned by Oxford University, after it was bequeathed by the ffennell family in 1924, and the ruins were made a site of national... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Visitors to Godstow Abbey given insight into site's royal pasttimes since then, including to Henry VIII’s physician, George Owen, and success
Visitors to Godstow Abbey given insight into site's royal past
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 3 days ago
times since then, including to Henry VIII’s physician, George Owen, and successive Earls of Abingdon. It is now owned by Oxford University, after it was bequeathed by the ffennell family in 1924, and the ruins were made a site of national... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Maternity services could be suspended at Horton hospital by October due to "staff shortages"Some maternity services could be suspended at the Horton hospital due to a staf
Maternity services could be suspended at Horton hospital by October due to "staff shortages"
Oxford Mail / Posted 3 days ago
Some maternity services could be suspended at the Horton hospital due to a staff recruitment crisis. Oxford University NHS Foundation Trust, which runs the hospital, confirmed yesterday it was planning to make the unity midwife-led from the end of... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Maternity services could be suspended at Horton hospital by October due to staff shortagesSome maternity services could be suspended at the Horton hospital due to a staf
Maternity services could be suspended at Horton hospital by October due to staff shortages
Oxford Mail / Posted 3 days ago
Some maternity services could be suspended at the Horton hospital due to a staff recruitment crisis. Oxford University NHS Foundation Trust, which runs the hospital, confirmed yesterday it was planning to make the unity midwife-led from the end of... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Oxford University appoints new Pro-Vice-Chancellor for EducationOXFORD University has appointed Professor Sarah Whatmore as Pro-Vice-Chancellor
Oxford University appoints new Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Education
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 4 days ago
OXFORD University has appointed Professor Sarah Whatmore as Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Education). Prof Whatmore is Professor of Environment and Public Policy at Oxford, and Academic Champion for Public Engagement with Research. A Fellow of Keble... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Oxford University appoints new Pro-Vice-Chancellor for EducationOXFORD University has appointed Professor Sarah Whatmore as Pro-Vice-Chancellor
Oxford University appoints new Pro-Vice-Chancellor for Education
Oxford Mail / Posted 4 days ago
OXFORD University has appointed Professor Sarah Whatmore as Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Education). Prof Whatmore is Professor of Environment and Public Policy at Oxford, and Academic Champion for Public Engagement with Research. A Fellow of Keble... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Constantine Louloudis eyes chance to extend GB's golden record at Rio Olympicsin the heats two weeks today and the London-born rower, who won the Boat Race o
Constantine Louloudis eyes chance to extend GB's golden record at Rio Olympics
Oxford Mail / Posted 4 days ago
in the heats two weeks today and the London-born rower, who won the Boat Race on four occasions, including as president of Oxford University Boat Club in 2015, is in a confident mood. He said: “I think we have had a bit of time now in the... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
10,000 caricatures to his name but Oxford artist still remembers his first unusual critiquelast a lifetime." The son of a doctor of biblical studies and Hebrew at St Joh
10,000 caricatures to his name but Oxford artist still remembers his first unusual critique
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 4 days ago
last a lifetime." The son of a doctor of biblical studies and Hebrew at St John's College said he grew up in and out of Oxford University colleges and has drawn caricatures in pubs across the city including the Turf Tavern and the King's Arms,... Read more
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Oxford Mail
10,000 caricatures to his name but Oxford artist still remembers his first unusual critiquelast a lifetime." The son of a doctor of biblical studies and Hebrew at St Joh
10,000 caricatures to his name but Oxford artist still remembers his first unusual critique
Oxford Mail / Posted 4 days ago
last a lifetime." The son of a doctor of biblical studies and Hebrew at St John's College said he grew up in and out of Oxford University colleges and has drawn caricatures in pubs across the city including the Turf Tavern and the King's Arms,... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Munich, Nice, Turkey, Brexit, Trump: It’s all connectedwhile I was in Istanbul. “We’ve had a number of shocks,” said Prof. MacMillan,
Munich, Nice, Turkey, Brexit, Trump: It’s all connected
The Globe and Mail / Posted 4 days ago
while I was in Istanbul. “We’ve had a number of shocks,” said Prof. MacMillan, the warden of St. Anthony’s College at Oxford University. “Some of it is coincidence, but I think it’s making everyone rather jittery, thinking is everything coming... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Munich, Nice, Turkey, Brexit, Trump: It’s all connectedwhile I was in Istanbul. “We’ve had a number of shocks,” said Prof. MacMillan,
Munich, Nice, Turkey, Brexit, Trump: It’s all connected
The Globe and Mail / Posted 4 days ago
while I was in Istanbul. “We’ve had a number of shocks,” said Prof. MacMillan, the warden of St. Anthony’s College at Oxford University. “Some of it is coincidence, but I think it’s making everyone rather jittery, thinking is everything coming... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
New study homes in on dingo origin and looks to ancient DNA for confirmation of path to AustraliaDNA is the next step. That has never been done." That research will go forward
New study homes in on dingo origin and looks to ancient DNA for confirmation of path to Australia
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 4 days ago
DNA is the next step. That has never been done." That research will go forward once the outcome of a funding proposal with Oxford University in the United Kingdom and Max Planck University in Germany was approved.Entry pathways scrutinised Dr... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Seuss exhibition shows how the cat got his hatin a nod to his father's thwarted desire for him to practise medicine. He studi
Seuss exhibition shows how the cat got his hat
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 4 days ago
in a nod to his father's thwarted desire for him to practise medicine. He studied literature at Dartmouth College and Oxford University before beginning his career in 1927 as an illustrator and political cartoonist. After World War II his... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Bed-blocking in Oxfordshire's hospitals at lowest level in at least six yearsby 25 per cent across the rest of the country. The turnaround is being credite
Bed-blocking in Oxfordshire's hospitals at lowest level in at least six years
Oxford Mail / Posted 4 days ago
by 25 per cent across the rest of the country. The turnaround is being credited to a £2m scheme launched in December, when Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust specially commissioned 150 care home beds for patients to move on to. The... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Divine intervention took Big Sam from 'Stab City' to England jobbest work of his career, turning a previously moribund club into Premier League
Divine intervention took Big Sam from 'Stab City' to England job
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 4 days ago
best work of his career, turning a previously moribund club into Premier League mainstays and creating what he called "the Oxford University of football" with data analysis, scouting and medical support superior to many leading clubs. He won... Read more
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Banbury Guardian
HORTON UPDATE: MP ‘upset and disappointed’ by NHS decisionlocal people to show their support. She said: “I have been very upset and disa
HORTON UPDATE: MP ‘upset and disappointed’ by NHS decision
Banbury Guardian / Posted 4 days ago
local people to show their support. She said: “I have been very upset and disappointed today to read the statement from Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (OUHFT) regarding the possible suspension of obstetric services at the... Read more
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Banbury Guardian
HORTON UPDATE: Trust explains maternity service downgradegroup which fears a consultant-led service will never return and could trigger
HORTON UPDATE: Trust explains maternity service downgrade
Banbury Guardian / Posted 5 days ago
group which fears a consultant-led service will never return and could trigger the loss of other. A spokesperson for Oxford University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (OUHT) says it is struggling to fill five middle grade obstetric doctor... Read more
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