An article researched and written by Isabel Williams, a former Masters Student at Oxford, explaining how using chemistry to help reach sustainability goals is becoming an increasingly attractive research area.
OxStem, a spin-out company from the University of Oxford, is developing an innovative new approach to the future treatment of diseases with high unmet need, such as Alzheimer's disease, cancer, blindness and heart failure.
Research from Oxford has revealed details of the chemistry which humans use to sense changes in oxygen availability, opening the way to breakthrough treatments for diseases ranging from anaemia to cancer.
The bookshelves of the Univ Reading Bank are packed with book reviews by Univ students (and a few tutors thrown in for good measure.) They’ve chosen books which they either read before they came to Oxford, or they wish they had.
Things We Don’t Know (TWDK) is a UK-based science education company, which seeks to help improve the public understanding of science and dedicated to explaining the questions to which science still seeks answers.
Podcasts discussing the latest research in theoretical chemistry, including interviews with leading academics. Produced by PhD students in the TMCS Centre for Doctoral Training at Oxford University. Includes work by academics from other institutions.
A large number of clips detailing practical work developed to support teachers. CLEAPSS suggest these can be used as demonstrations. For those with CLEAPSS membership (£), there is a guidance document (GL339) which provides descriptions and hyperlinks for specific clips