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Ice Shelf in the Weddell Sea, seen from The SA Agulhas II research vessel during the field research. Image credit: Nekton 2022.

Synthetic fibres discovered in Antarctic samples show the ‘pristine’ continent is now a sink for plastic pollution

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 In a series of powerful ‘hopes’ for Egypt, 20 leading researchers from across the university, have recorded wishes and warnings in videos and written messages for the delegates to COP27.  Credit: Shutterstock

COP27 must deliver fast action, swift justice and protect nature – Oxford experts

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Pathways to get to clean energy systems depend a lot on how feasible they are in each African country

Africa needs country-specific narratives for a clean energy future - study

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The Omega Seamaster II submersible surveys the vertical walls of the Maldives subsea topography. These cliffs often descended from 30metres to 250metres and further to 500metres, a defining physical characteristic of the new ecosystem ‘The Trapping Zone’,

Discovery of new ecosystem - ‘The Trapping Zone’ - creating oasis of life in the Maldives

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All Souls College, Radcliffe Camera and Brasenose College at dawn

Oxford University holds public event to promote road safety

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save the world at least $12 trillion

Decarbonising the energy system by 2050 could save trillions - Oxford study

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An Omega Seamaster 2 submersible being launched during an expedition by Nekton to the Seychelles in 2019

Oxford University to support deep-sea expedition to the Maldives

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