An Oxford academic helps bring holy music of the middle ages to life.
Research by Professor John Stein at the University of Oxford has shown that the simple solution of using yellow or blue filters can significantly improve many dyslexic children’s reading.
Should social media be controlled, and if so how? Researchers in the Department of Computer Science are working to find the best ways to prevent provocative online content spreading out of control.
Harnessing the time and skills of millions of volunteers worldwide is proving to be an extremely powerful way of driving research in fields as diverse as history, zoology, physics and even the response to humanitarian disasters.
Two Oxford academics helped Garsington Opera stage a new, original production of Tchaikovsky’s best-loved opera.
The Iris Classics Centre popularises study of the ancient world, enriching the lives of students and adults alike.
An Oxford academic has begun a long-overdue investigation into the psychological effects of fiction on readers – especially those suffering from eating disorders.
Dr Andrew Papanikitas has used research, knowledge exchange and publications to strengthen the teaching of ethics in General Practice and other specialisms.
Dr Pete Hommel from the School of Archaeology is working with teachers and heritage professionals to build new links between the STEM subjects and the arts and humanities at Key Stage 2.