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DPhil Systems Engineering student Nadja Yang

Nadja Yang recognised in the Women’s Engineering Society’s Top 50 Women in Engineering awards

Awards
Mathematical, Physical and Life Sciences
Science
Photograph of the chip

Researchers develop the world's first ultra-fast photonic computing processor using polarisation

Innovation
Mathematical, Physical and Life Sciences
Research
Science
Dr Bernadette Stolz

Bernadette Stolz receives L’Oréal-UNESCO Women in Science Rising Talent fellowship

Awards
Cancer
Mathematical
Mathematical, Physical and Life Sciences
Research
Image of the ‘spike wave’ created in the FloWave circular wave tank

Gravity-defying spike waves rewrite the rule book

Mathematical, Physical and Life Sciences
Research
Science
Pseudomonas under the microscope

Common drug-resistant superbug develops fast resistance to 'last resort' antibiotic

Biology
Health
Mathematical, Physical and Life Sciences
Research
Science
Participants in the Science Together programme

Museum of Natural History to showcase Science Together community-researcher collaborations

Community
Mathematical, Physical and Life Sciences
Science
Illustration of a Manx shearwater midflight

Researchers show dynamic soaring isn’t just for albatrosses

Biology
Mathematical, Physical and Life Sciences
Neptune on Triton's horizon

Scientists explain why Uranus and Neptune are different colours

Astrophysics
Mathematical, Physical and Life Sciences
Research
Science
Great Tit at Wytham Woods

75 years of the influential Great Tit study at Wytham Woods

Biology
Climate change
Environment
Mathematical, Physical and Life Sciences
Research
Science
Botanic Garden and Magdalen Tower

Researchers assess Oxford University's impacts on biodiversity and how to mitigate them

Climate change
Conservation
Environment
Mathematical, Physical and Life Sciences
Research
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