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Oxford Brookes University is pleased to announce that a number of our courses have been awarded accredited degree status in recognition of their teaching of the knowledge and skills that are critical to protecting our environment now and in the future.
The charity Act for Wildlife has posted rare footage of a wild Giant Panda exhibiting natural dispersal behaviour, vital for gene flow between protected populations.
A new partnership between Oxford Brookes University, Bridgwater College, and the Wildfowl and Wetland Trust (WWT) has been launched to enable them to work together to conduct research on the UK's largest new coastal wetland, being created at Steart, near Bridgwater.
An image of a living lateral root emerging from the main parent root, taken by Oxford Brookes biologist Dr John Runions, has made the front cover of the journal Science.
Oxford Brookes is to hold an historic event to announce the University's 150th anniversary celebrations.
Solihull College has teamed up with Oxford Brookes to launch two new higher education courses for Registered Veterinary Nurses starting in September.
Oxford Brookes, in partnership with the Sir William Dunn School of Pathology at Oxford University, has been awarded funding to buy a scanning electron microscope.
The UK’s Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research council (BBSRC) has announced a £1.4 million project to utilise rice straw waste to make biofuels, with significant input from Oxford Brookes academics.
Dr Julian Bayliss, Conservation Biologist and Brookes PhD alumnus, is currently the subject of a national TV ad by Google, showcasing how he utilised the search engine’s Earth software to help discover a “lost” rainforest.
Dr Anne Osterrieder joins 400 inspirational women at the annual event to celebrate achievement across all fields