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How does £130 in driving fines result in a young man taking his own life?

Thu, 19-07-2018 17:26
What does the gig economy mean for you?
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Professor Xiaolan Fu of the Oxford Department of International Development (ODID) explains how a proposed new approach to measuring global trade would suggest that the US trade deficit is actually about half as big as official figures report.

Wed, 18-07-2018 11:02
A new approach to measuring global trade
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Matt Costa, Professor of Orthopaedic Trauma at the University of Oxford and President elect of the Fragility Fracture Network (FFN), explains the need for global action to provide better care for people suffering from hip fractures and other fractures that result from increased fragility.

Mon, 16-07-2018 10:55
Fragility fractures – a global cause for concern
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The pace of technological development has outrun policy discussions at both a national and international level in recent years. Drone use in particular has improved the efficiency of data collection, allowing teams to monitor and survey large areas without impacting the landscape, day to day life, or their own safety.

Fri, 06-07-2018 15:26
How robotic skies are changing the world
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Shamit Shrivastava, a post-doctoral researcher in the Department of Engineering Science, writes about a recent finding that has far-reaching consequences for the fundamental understanding of the physics of the brain.

Wed, 27-06-2018 09:26
Sound waves in lipid films can annihilate each other upon collision
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As MPs give Heathrow Airport's proposed third runway the green light, Professor David Banister, Emeritus Professor of Transport studies at Oxford University, sheds light on the issue of transport inequality and just why the proposed expansion has sparked such controversy.

Tue, 26-06-2018 09:40
Who will benefit most from the Heathrow Airport Expansion?
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Despite being one of the most fast evolving sciences in many ways, gender equality is one area where the field of engineering is playing catch-up. But, in spite of this continued imbalance, little by little, female engineers are shaping the world around us with their research achievements, developing scientific solutions to real world challenges.

Fri, 22-06-2018 11:20
Engineering a better world
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Next week, a conference hosted at Oxford will explore the latest research into ‘intact’ forests – large forested areas that remain mostly unharmed by human activity.

Thu, 14-06-2018 11:26
Intact forests ‘indispensable’ in the fight against climate change
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