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Oxford scientists honoured with four Royal Society Awards

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Researchers extract ancient DNA from a 2,900-year-old clay brick, revealing a time capsule of plant life

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Genetics
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Oxford University-built instrument ready to map water on the Moon

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Nanopore technology achieves breakthrough in protein variant detection

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Researchers successfully train a machine learning model in outer space for the first time

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Science Together celebrates a second successful year of community-led research collaborations

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Oxford chemists achieve breakthrough achievement: hazard-free production of fluorochemicals

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James Webb Space Telescope detects interstellar dust grains in the first billion years of cosmic time

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New study finds plastic pollution to be almost ubiquitous across coral reefs, mostly from fishing activities

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Study reveals new mechanism for rapid evolution of multi-drug resistant infections in patients

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