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A new study involving the DNA sequencing of mosquitoes in Laos, which spread malaria, dengue, chikungunya and the Zika virus, is uncovering the status of insecticide resistance in these disease carriers.
Following the recent outbreak of coronavirus and confirmed cases in the UK, Oxford Brookes continues to monitor the situation carefully and provide support to its students, staff and visitors. Our campuses remain open as usual.
Anneliese Dodds MP visited Oxford Brookes’ Headington Campus on Friday (7 February 2020) as the University welcomed its 200th Nursing Associate.
An Architect Apprenticeship Degree at Oxford Brookes University was the pathway that led to Tegan Ramsey becoming an architect apprentice at the global firm Gensler. Her success was achieved despite a series of health challenges. Tegan’s experience is being featured as part of National Apprenticeship Week: 3 - 7 February 2020. This is an annual week-long celebration in the government’s calendar, to recognise apprentices across England.
Fri, 31 Jan 2020 14:56:09 GMTProfessor Rajat Gupta of the Oxford Brookes Low Carbon Building Research Group has led a pioneering UK-India research study to develop and nurture adoption of building performance evaluation (BPE) in the booming green building marketplace of India.
Tue, 28 Jan 2020 11:23:32 GMTNursing is undervalued both in status and pay and until both are enhanced, the UK will continue to experience severe nursing shortages, according to a new study.
Wed, 22 Jan 2020 14:01:15 GMTA substantial number of FTSE100 companies are selectively choosing data that emphasises certain outcomes or ignores major impacts in their sustainability reporting, according to a new study conducted by Oxford Brookes University.
Fri, 17 Jan 2020 08:45:45 GMTProf Sue Vaughan and Dr Jack Sunter at Oxford Brookes with Theresa Manful-Gwira at the University of Ghana organised a networking meeting at the West African Centre for Cell Biology of Infectious Pathogens (WACCBIP). This two day meeting brought together African trypanosomiasis (a neglected tropical disease) experts from West Africa and Europe.