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Gravitational waves: Oxford scientists offer exciting insights

Gravitational waves: Oxford scientists offer exciting insights

MPLS Physics

Oxford scientists have provided important insights into the latest discovery of gravitational waves.

Dual project supports understanding of climate change and astronomy

Dual project supports understanding of climate change and astronomy

MPLS Physics

Scientists from the University of Oxford are to play a key role in new missions that will help to both better monitor the effects of climate change on space and understand the origin of the stars and planets.

Win an Oxford Sparks Animation

Win an Oxford Sparks Animation

MPLS Oxford Sparks

Oxford Sparks are offering one research group the chance to make an animation with them for free...

Neutrino facility could change understanding of the universe

Neutrino facility could change understanding of the universe

MPLS Physics

The University of Oxford’s Department of Physics will play a pivotal role in a flagship global science facility that could change our understanding of the universe.

New partnership aims to be "paradigm of scientific excellence"

New partnership aims to be "paradigm of scientific excellence"

MPLS Innovation and Enterprise Business and Industry

Oxford University has entered into a partnership with the Jiangsu Industrial Technology Research Institute (JITRI), which will support a number of science research developments.

Tectonic plates 'weaker than previously thought', say scientists

Tectonic plates 'weaker than previously thought', say scientists

Physics MPLS

Experiments carried out at Oxford University have revealed that tectonic plates are weaker than previously thought.

'Mysterious' ancient creature was definitely an animal, research confirms

'Mysterious' ancient creature was definitely an animal, research confirms

MPLS Maths

It lived well over 550 million years ago, is known only through fossils and has variously been described as looking a bit like a jellyfish, a worm, a fungus and lichen. But was the 'mysterious' Dickinsonia an animal, or was it something else?

Volunteers find ‘spiders’ on Mars - but not where they expected

Volunteers find ‘spiders’ on Mars - but not where they expected

MPLS Physics Research Citizen science

Armchair astronomers have helped Oxford University scientists discover landforms known as ‘spiders’ on parts of Mars where they were previously thought not to exist.

MPLS academics recognised in Queen's Birthday Honours

MPLS academics recognised in Queen's Birthday Honours

MPLS Award

Congratulations to the MPLS academics whose pioneering work has been recognised in The Queen's Birthday Honours List.

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