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A new method of 3D printing living tissues

A new method of 3D printing living tissues

Chemistry Research Spin out Medical science

Scientists at the University of Oxford have developed a new method to 3D-print laboratory-grown cells to form living structures.

Oxford student creates first synthetic retina

Oxford student creates first synthetic retina

Chemistry Research Innovation and Enterprise Medical science

A synthetic, soft tissue retina developed by an Oxford University student could offer fresh hope to visually impaired people.

Oxford scientists to play key role in new national research centre

Oxford scientists to play key role in new national research centre

Research Innovation and Enterprise MPLS Women in science Chemistry Engineering Materials science

As part of its industrial strategy, the government has announced investment of over £100m to create the Rosalind Franklin Institute, to be based at Harwell in Oxfordshire.

Professor Dame Carol Robinson meets 8 year old fan

Professor Dame Carol Robinson meets 8 year old fan

Chemistry Women in science Schools Outreach

Dame Carol gave an impromptu science lesson at a primary school after receiving a letter from an 8 year old pupil.

Study shows wheat crop yield can be increased by up to 20% using new chemical technology

Study shows wheat crop yield can be increased by up to 20% using new chemical technology

Research Chemistry Plant sciences

UK scientists have created a synthetic molecule that, when applied to crops, has been shown to increase the size and starch content of wheat grains in the lab by up to 20%.

Prof Angela Russell named as a 'Rising Star' in the BioBeat 50 Movers and Shakers in BioBusiness 2016 report

Prof Angela Russell named as a 'Rising Star' in the BioBeat 50 Movers and Shakers in BioBusiness 2016 report

Chemistry Women in science

Released annually, the report celebrates 50 outstanding women entrepreneurs and business leaders who are recognised for their contributions to global health innovation.

Oxford spinout OMass Technologies provides native mass spectrometry to pharma and biotech

Oxford spinout OMass Technologies provides native mass spectrometry to pharma and biotech

Chemistry Research Business and Industry Spin out Innovation and Enterprise Funding

OMass Technologies, a spinout from the University of Oxford's Department of Chemistry, is the first company to conquer the challenge of deciphering the interactions of membrane proteins by using native mass spectrometry.

Professor Tom Brown wins BBSRC Innovator of the Year 2016

Chemistry

The award was announced on 18 May at the BBSRC Fostering Innovation event in London.

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