Understanding what happens when objects are damaged is helping University of Oxford engineers develop new, exotic materials, systems, and structures.
Lighter, faster, more environmentally friendly jet engines are being created by University researchers and Rolls-Royce engineers.
Researchers at the University of Oxford are looking to the natural world to create a new breed of exotic materials – and the applications seem limitless.
A unique project involving University of Oxford Information Engineers is integrating the skills of computers and people to enable a more effective response to natural disasters.
Analytical tools developed at the University of Oxford play vital roles in safety-critical and secure systems.
A software tool developed at the University of Oxford is making computer-controlled devices and designs more reliable.
Oxford’s Environmental Change Institute analyses the risks to the nation’s infrastructure.