The Oxford region is one of the most innovative in the UK, with new enterprises continuing to join a growing band of spinouts, startups and entrepreneurs.
The University of Oxford has been selected as a finalist for the BBSRC Excellence with Impact Competition, following a successful presentation to the judging panel in London in February 2016.
Leading scientists at Oxford University are among the recipients of this year's Royal Society annual prizes.
Capturing the scent and flavour of a grapefruit is incredibly difficult and costly.
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Are we getting closer to being driven around in robot cars?
Mice with personality: ecologists in Wytham Woods are mapping the social networks of small mammals. However, these agile and evasive rodents don’t make it easy for them – maybe some peanuts and apple slices will make them more amenable?
A new copy of Shakespeare's First Folio has been found in Mount Stuart House in Bute, Scotland. Prof Emma Smith, author of 'Shakespeare's First Folio: Four Centuries of an Iconic Book', talks about its discovery and her work authenticating it.
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