28 September 2022
A DPhil candidate in the Department of Materials is amongst three 2022-entry Scholars to embark on postgraduate studies with support from the Black Academic Futures programme, with a fourth Scholar due to join in 2023/24.
22 September 2022
Professors Niki Trigoni and David Hills are among 72 leading figures in engineering and technology to be elected as Fellows of The Royal Academy of Engineering this week.
Oxford partners with the Optiver Foundation to launch new international postgraduate scholarship programme for women in STEM
26 August 2022
The partnership aims to increase the number of women from low- and middle-income countries who take up offers to study Master's programmes in MPLS departments, with the first Optiver Foundation Scholars joining in October 2023.
26 July 2022
Fourth-year student Anahy Mercado Zambrana has been recognised with an upReach Student Social Mobility Award, awarded annually to ten students from lower socio-economic backgrounds, across the UK, who have excelled in their studies and show great potential for their future careers.
14 July 2022
Members of MPLS departments were amongst those recognised at the University's seventh Environmental Sustainability Awards today, hosted by Vice Chancellor, Dame Professor Louise Richardson.
Nadja Yang recognised by Women's Engineering Society with 'Top 50 Women in Engineering - Inventors and Innovators' award
23 June 2022
DPhil Systems Engineering student, Nadja Yang has been recognised as one of the UK's top 50 women engineers who are creating or significantly improving products or processes to make a difference in the world, on International Women in Engineering Day.
Engineering researcher awarded funding to lead international collaboration on machine-learning for cardiac monitoring
22 June 2022
Royal Academy of Engineering Research Fellow, Dr Tingting Zhu, has been awarded Royal Society funding to lead an international collaboration that aims to develop an open-source platform for cardiac monitoring, using machine-learning.
MPLS student Hannah Rana, who recently completed a DPhil in Engineering, selected for Schmidt Science Fellowship
10 June 2022
Hannah is one of 29 Schmidt Science Fellows selected this year to receive support for up to two years from Schmidt Futures, working in partnership with the Rhodes Trust, to help advance interdisciplinary research and innovation around major challenges facing humanity.
25 May 2022
Dr Stolz is a postdoctoral researcher in the Mathematical Institute. The Rising Talents Programme is designed to provide flexible and practical financial support, alongside tools and wider support, for early career women scientists to pursue their research.
5 May 2022
Dorothy Crowfoot Hodgkin made key contributions to Medical Sciences and was the third woman to win the Nobel Prize in Chemistry.
18 May 2021
This is a new post, which will work in support of the priorities in the University Strategic Plan 2018-2023 and the Knowledge Exchange Strategy, around innovation and entrepreneurship.
2 October 2020
Dr Mbogo got onto the Masters in Computer Science programme at Oxford with a full scholarship through the Shell Centenary Foundation, and is now Dean of the School of Science and Technology at the Kenya Methodist University and the first ever Kenyan to receive the prestigious OWSD-Elsevier Foundation Award earlier this year.
17 October 2019
List produced by Inclusive Boards in partnership with the Financial Times highlights achievements of senior women in engineering
15 October 2019
Tanesha Allen discusses her research studying the behaviours of European badgers, transatlantic culture shock and how her experience as a black female scientist compares to others in her field.
30 March 2018
Professor Marta Kwiatkowska from the Department of Computer Science discusses her research specialism in developing modelling and analysis methods for complex systems in an interview for the University's Science Blog. This work includes those arising in computational networks (which are applicable to autonomous technology), electronic devices and biological organisms.
23 May 2017
A worldwide network of observatories established by Professor Katherine Blundell from the Department of Physics is helping young people, especially girls, in the developing world to engage with science education.