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Oxford University vice chancellor ditches concrete offices for iconic Clarendon Building

Professor Louise Richardson, Vice-Chancellor of Oxford University

OXFORD University's vice-chancellor has ditched her office, once dubbed a "concrete office block that would look more at home in Cold War East Berlin".

7:47am Saturday 20 August 2016

International students treated to behind-the-scenes tour of Oxford University labs

STUDENTS were treated to talks and behind-the-scenes interactive sessions at the John Radcliffe Hospital on Oxford University's cutting edge brain research.

3:29pm Thursday 18 August 2016

Blue plaque will honour philanthropist who founded outdoor education centre

Hill End outdoor education centre founder Raymond ffennell

A BLUE Plaque will today be unveiled at Hill End outdoor education centre near Oxford to honour its founder.

6:35am Saturday 20 August 2016

'Don't force us out of Oxford' say houseboat owners

Boater Edward Surridge

BOATERS feared they could be forced out of the city after it was revealed plans to curb unauthorised mooring could see them having to move their homes every three days.

7:42am Saturday 20 August 2016

Oxford scientists' findings could mean a healthier old age

A BREAKTHROUGH from scientists in Oxford and Switzerland may hold clues about how live into a healthier old age.

10:13am Tuesday 23 August 2016

A-Levels 2016: Didcot Girls' School pupil secures top grades after brain tumour fight

Didcot Girls' pupil Nancy Epton

A DIDCOT student who showed "great resilience and strength" after she underwent extensive treatment for a brain tumour has gone on to secure a place at Oxford University.

9:06am Friday 19 August 2016

Oxford research opens door to more diagnoses to be made through genetic testing

INHERITED genetic conditions could be tested better in the future thanks to the work of scientists at Oxford University.

10:55am Friday 19 August 2016

New apps brings Oxford's Museum of the History of Science to life

St Christophers pupil Ayesha Chorley, lining things up with an 18th C Octant. Picture: Richard Cave

A NEW smartphone app that "brings to life" the exhibits in Oxford University's Museum of the History of Science could be launched in September.

9:05am Tuesday 23 August 2016

Hospital visits for heart disease and stroke on the rise

John Radcliffe Hospital in Headington

Hospital visits for heart disease and stroke are increasing, according to new research by Oxford University.

11:30pm Monday 22 August 2016

Downgrading Horton hospital maternity unit a "death sentence" says former nurse

Nurses Dorothy Hart, Chris Bolton, Dawn Alsford - now Dawn Griffis - and Jeanette Boyce at the Horton in 1958

A GREAT-GRANDMOTHER and former nurse at the Horton General Hospital has said downgrading services is "irresponsible at best, insane at worst."

6:36am Saturday 20 August 2016
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