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Scientists have invented chemiresistive thin film sensors, which use tiny organic compounds called conductive polymers to detect vapours, by measuring small changes in electrical resistance.
Four Engineering Science academics announced as Royal Academy of Engineering Fellows
Royal Society appoints Dr Alan Roth Entrepreneur in Residence at Oxford
Saїd Business School announces Paul Polman as Board Chair
Law Professor Jeremias Prassl wins the St Petersburg International Legal Forum Private Law Prize
Professor Laura Hoyona to be part of government criminal justice review
Gorongosa National Park to collaborate with Oxford on 'Paleo-Primate Project'
EBRD appoints Oxford professor Beata Javorcik as new Chief Economist
Head of MPLS Division wins prestigious award for achievements in the field of Advanced Materials Science
A taste for fat may have made us human
Oxford professor shares Man Booker International Prize for Arabic translation
Why one match a day is enough on dating sites
Oxford professor wins Costa biography prize for book on WW2
Oxford's new graduate college to focus on AI and climate change
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Oxford University students give candidates their top interview tips
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