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COVID-19 Oxford Sparks Research Statistics
10 August 2020
The science behind the new Oxford Sparks animation, based on the research of Prof Christl Donnelly in the Department of Statistics.
Earth sciences Oxford Sparks Research
6 December 2019
Watch the latest animation from Oxford Sparks.
Biomedical engineering Oxford Sparks Public Engagement
19 June 2019
In the latest Oxford Sparks Big Questions podcast they visit Professor Kieran Clarke, Physiological Biochemist to find out....
Oxford Sparks Public Engagement
2 January 2019
If you have been in a supermarket recently you will have noticed it, all of a sudden all of the shelves have become more vegan friendly.
28 November 2018
Oxford Sparks visited Computer Scientist Martin Strohmeier to find out this episodes big question...
Engineering Oxford Sparks
14 November 2018
Oxford Sparks visited Dr David Howey, associated professor in the department of Engineering, University of Oxford to find out the answer to this week's Big Question...
MPLS Oxford Sparks
8 October 2018
13 September 2018
Your beautiful, complex brain is a network of microscopic cells that connect together to form your thoughts and personality, and control your body. The network is fragile and requires constant upkeep, like a garden. The brain has its own gardeners, specialised cells called microglia. In this animation we look at how researchers at the University of Oxford are developing drug treatments for Alzheimer’s disease, by harnessing the power of the brain’s microglia.
Oxford Sparks Public Engagement Schools
11 September 2018
A new art competition has been created to get students in years 7, 8 and 9 inspired by Oxford researchers...
Computer science Engineering MPLS Oxford Sparks Research Spin out
28 March 2018
The University of Oxford demonstrated its artificial intelligence (AI) research with a one-day expo on 27 March 2018...
MPLS Materials science Oxford Sparks
26 March 2018