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Theme of the day was sonification, a topic that is inherently interdisciplinary, ranging from digital humanities and data science to sound synthesis, composition and performance.
Project will investigate whether mechanisms of propagation of aggregated proteins between cells could enable novel therapeutic approaches in Alzheimer's and Parkinson's diseases
Centre researchers present analysis of record high temperatures in November and December in the North Pole, and use of cloud computing for climate modelling
Oxford is one of 14 universities recognised by the National Cyber Security Centre (NCSC) and the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC)
for final workshop of Raising Risk Awareness project, which assesses the contribution of anthropogenic climate change to extreme weather events in developing countries
Written in collaboration with Oxford Uni's Environmental Change Institute and Law Faculty, it examines the impact of green leasing on energy use in a retail portfolio and limits to big data analytics
to explore vast body of European Medieval and Renaissance Manuscripts, visualizing their travels and navigating the network of connections between people, institutions and places involved in their his
Free one-day workshop, led by Professor Min Chen and Dr Jon Blower, provides expert insight into the fast-moving and fast-growing area of visualization
Detailing software developed to present leitmotif material, assisting illustration of analytical observations and justification of hypotheses, arguments and conclusions.