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  • Tom Parry

    In Conversation with Tom Parry - Working in the Weird & Wonderful World of Wildlife Television

    Tuesday, 01 December 2020 - Tuesday, 01 December 2020 18:00 to 19:00

    Join us for this exciting event, arranged in collaboration with Brookes Union, and Oxford Brookes Events Management students. With the world in lockdown, wildlife television offers an opportunity to escape from everything and reconnect with nature. But it’s also a crucial tool in sharing conservation messages at a critical time for our planet. At this 'In Conversation' event wildlife filmmaker Tom Parry talks to us about his career at the BBC Natural History Unit and beyond.

    This event is for: Everyone

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  • Thrive Indie Tour

    Thrive Discover Oxford with Independent Oxford

    9:00, Monday, 16 November 2020 to 18:00 Sunday, 29 November 2020

    In partnership with Independent Oxford. Take a self-guided tour of the city of dreaming spires, and discover some of Oxford's hidden gems, independent businesses led by extraordinary creatives and uncover exclusive discounts. Register for free to access an exclusive map download which will give you access to exclusive discounts! This event is Covid secure, please ensure you are following government guidelines and only take the tour with members of your bubble! * Map goes live in November - you will be emailed a link to download when Thrive launches on 16th November! *"

    This event is for: Everyone

  • Women in spinouts

    The Spinout Journey: Barriers and Enablers to Gender Inclusive Innovation

    Friday, 27 November 2020 12:00 to 13:00

    This event presents the key findings from recent research into the diverse experiences of women and men researchers who have founded a university spinout company. The presentation will be followed by a panel discussion to include Professor Linda King, co-founder of Oxford Expression Technology and Tamsin Mann, Director of Policy and Communication at PraxisAuril. This project is funded by the EPSRC under its Inclusion Matters Programme for more information please see /women-and-spinouts/

    This event is for: Everyone

  • Thrive Hacks

    Start-Up Hacks for Diverse Founders powered by Rise

    Friday, 27 November 2020 18:00 to 19:30

    This event is organised in partnership with Foundervine. Learn how to demonstrate the adaptability and innovation necessary to prosper through success and hardships of businesses. Join us in making the entrepreneur ecosystem stronger together! At this event, discover how our Rise programme can take your start-up to the highest levels.

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  • Healthy Ageing2

    Successfully assessing and monitoring remotely: insights from a technology focused trials unit

    Friday, 27 November 2020 12:00 to 13:30

    The current situation has highlighted the need more than ever for effective solutions to allow remote assessment and monitoring. Technology also offers the opportunity to assess people in their natural environment, collecting passive data alongside experiences in the real world. This session will give an overview on the use of remote technology and how they can be evaluated.

    This event is for: Everyone

Future events…

  • Healthy Ageing2

    Creativity and Ageing During the Pandemic

    Monday, 30 November 2020 12:00 to 13:30

    Have digital and other creative activities during the pandemic involved the older community?

    This event is for: Everyone

  • Healthy Ageing2

    Our Research and Policy Priorities for Healthy Ageing?

    Monday, 30 November 2020 16:00 to 17:00

    Key research funding bodies and policy organisations set out their priorities around Healthy Ageing for the next decade

    This event is for: Everyone

  • Healthy Ageing2

    Question Time: the future of healthy ageing in Oxfordshire

    Monday, 30 November 2020 14:00 to 15:00

    Local politicians set out their visions for healthy ageing and answer questions.

    This event is for: Everyone

  • LouiseRobnson2

    Dementia: forget about a cure, focus on care and future prevention

    Monday, 30 November 2020 18:00 to 19:00

    Join the Faculty of Health and Life Sciences for their annual research lecture, delivered by Dame Professor Louise Robinson. The biggest risk factor for developing dementia is age, with dementia now the most common cause of death in women over 65 years of age in the United Kingdom (UK). Our ageing populations mean that the number of people with dementia globally is predicted to rapidly increase, although research from the UK and Europe has shown that modification of key lifestyle factors may positively influence this. Over the last decade, the UK has had a strong policy focus on dementia, initially via a National Dementia Strategy and followed by Prime Minister’s National Dementia Challenge. This led to the creation of the unique £200 million UK National Dementia Research Institute, with a main focus on finding the ‘cure’ and/or novel dementia drug therapies. Professor Robinson will discuss why future research should be as equally focused on improving the quality of dementia care and targeting future prevention as exploring the elusive cure.

    This event is for: Everyone

  • Anti-Racism Turda

    Anti-Racist Teaching - Webinar

    Tuesday, 01 December 2020 17:30 to 18:30

    How can we translate anti-racism into anti-racist teaching and anti-racist pedagogy?

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  • Tom Parry

    In Conversation with Tom Parry - Working in the Weird & Wonderful World of Wildlife Television

    Tuesday, 01 December 2020 18:00 to 19:00

    Join us for this exciting event, arranged in collaboration with Brookes Union, and Oxford Brookes Events Management students. With the world in lockdown, wildlife television offers an opportunity to escape from everything and reconnect with nature. But it’s also a crucial tool in sharing conservation messages at a critical time for our planet. At this 'In Conversation' event wildlife filmmaker Tom Parry talks to us about his career at the BBC Natural History Unit and beyond.

    This event is for: Everyone

  • Sasakawa

    Oxford Brookes Sasakawa Studentship Seminar

    Wednesday, 02 December 2020 17:00 to 18:15

    Two Oxford Brookes research students received awards from The Great Britain Sasakawa Foundation. Come hear about their research on contemporary Japan.

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  • Lily

    SARU Visiting Practitioner Series: Lily Hunter Green

    Monday, 07 December 2020 18:00 to 20:00

    Lily Hunter Green will be speaking about 'Bee Composed Live', a virtual reality immersive honey bee habitat and creative case for biodiversity, with footage from a working piano bee hive

    This event is for: Everyone

  • Unsplash

    And I Dance With Somebody: HIV/AIDS Activism, Queer Politics and Performance in 1990s Japan

    Thursday, 10 December 2020 17:00 to 18:15

    Join us for a presentation and discussion with Mark Pendleton, Senior Lecturer of Japanese Studies at the University of Sheffield.

    This event is for: Everyone

  • Dominic Dyer

    In Conversation with Dominic Dyer - One of Britain's Leading Wildlife Protection Campaigners

    Wednesday, 27 January 2021 18:00 to 19:00

    Join us for this exciting event, arranged in collaboration with Brookes Union, and Oxford Brookes Events Management students. Dominic Dyer is one of the Britain's leading wildlife protection campaigners, writers and broadcasters. Unlike many conservationists, he became a wildlife protection campaigner after a career in government and industry using the skills he acquired in Whitehall, Brussels and the corporate board room to fight for the protection of animals and nature.

    This event is for: Everyone

  • Beyond the Science Bazaar

    Oxford Brookes Beyond the Science Bazaar 2021

    Saturday, 13 February 2021 10:30 to 16:00

    The Brookes Science Bazaar is going Beyond! Our theme this year is ‘Discovery and Exploration’. Be prepared to listen, watch, build, draw, experiment, share, laugh and think. Meet our staff and students and learn new things - enjoying ‘science’ in the widest possible sense. This year the Brookes Science Bazaar will be a virtual event - this FREE event will be packed with exciting activities offering something for everyone.

    This event is for: Everyone