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Oxford ranked first in world for Engineering

The University of Oxford has become the first UK institution to top the Times Higher Education Engineering and Technology global subject rankings

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‘Good Vibrations’ project uses soap bubbles to reveal the wonders of neurons

The engineer Nikola Tesla famously said, “If you want to understand the secrets of the universe, think in terms of energy, frequency and vibration”.

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Oxford’s first overseas research centre for physical science and engineering opens in China

Eight Engineering Science academics will lead research focussed around biomedical engineering and healthcare, environment and biotechnology, and nanotechnology and functional materials

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New report calls for cultural shift in use of patient data by NHS and health technology companies

New report calls for cultural shift in use of patient data by NHS and health technology companies

A radical culture change in the NHS and across the health data and medical technology community is needed to ensure the NHS can deliver the benefits of new health technologies, says a new report co-authored by a University of Oxford scientist.

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Undergraduate research could revolutionise prenatal healthcare

Undergraduate research could revolutionise prenatal healthcare

Our Engineering Science undergraduates conduct an intensive research project in their fourth year of study. This year, one Information Engineering specialist has seen his project honoured with the highly sought-after Qualcomm prize.

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