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Troubled waters: How global marine wildlife protection can undermine fishing communities

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Eight Oxford researchers win top UKRI Future Leaders Fellowships

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Coronavirus historic

Coronavirus Epidemics first hit more than 21,000 years ago

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Anopheles mosquito

Reducing children’s exposure to malaria in their early years substantially cuts the risk of hospitalisation.

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UK-based consortium established to develop prototype solid-state batteries

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Sharing vaccines between nations: a mathematical approach

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infant in intensive care - neonatal sepsis

New research on preventing infant deaths due to neonatal sepsis

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Credit: Shutterstock. True Planet: The world is in a climate crisis, and Oxford researchers are at the forefront of trying to find solutions in adaptation and resilience, nature, energy transition, clean road transport and green finance.

Nature-based solutions highly effective in long term - Oxford research

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True Planet
Among OECD countries, liberties were most severely impacted in those that chose mitigation, whereas swift lockdown measures - in line with elimination - were less strict and of shorter duration

Policies for COVID-19 elimination, not mitigation, best for health, economy and civil liberties

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Coronavirus
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