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.
4 October 2019
DeepMind, the leading British artificial intelligence company, has renewed and extended its commitment to supporting students at the University of Oxford following the success of its inaugural scholarships for under-represented groups, announced in 2018.
Oxford scientists in community-led call for Government inquiry into funding policy impact on diversity in STEMM
28 February 2019
Do science funding policies and cultures prevent UK science from attracting a diverse community of people? This important proposal was put to the Science and Technology Select Committee by over 200 UK scientists, including 15 from Oxford, and will be taken forward by the Government in 2019-20.
15 November 2018
Leading British artificial intelligence company DeepMind has made a generous gift in support of graduate students studying computer science at Oxford.
3 August 2018
An Oxford University graduate named as one of the UK’s top black students has news for those that believe people are born smart. Revealing that you don’t necessarily have to be gifted to succeed in life, and with hard work and determination there is hope for us all – even underachievers.
11 May 2018
The first ever Vice-Chancellor’s Diversity Awards were held at Oxford University on 8 May.