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An Oxford Brookes academic has been recognised with the highest award offered by the Royal Microscopical Society (RMS) for “exceptional contributions to plant sciences”.
Athena SWAN Silver has been awarded to the Faculty of Health and Life Sciences in recognition of their commitment to advancing women's careers in science and medicine in higher education.
Every March, science spills into the county’s streets and spaces for a range of talks, events and activities as part of the Oxfordshire Science Festival.
International students can now follow a life sciences foundation pathway if they do not yet meet the academic or English language requirements for a bachelor's degree.
The Faculty of Health and Life Sciences held its annual Postgraduate Research Symposium on 14 January, which brought together research students from across the departments.
The Bioimaging Unit at Oxford Brookes exhibited their pioneering 3D models of Cells and Viruses at the Great British Bioscience Festival in Bethnal Green, London.
Researchers at Oxford Brookes University are to play a key role in a pioneering new research project named ‘Life after prostate cancer diagnosis’, funded by the Movember Foundation in partnership with Prostate Cancer UK
Microscopist, Dr Louise Hughes, who runs the Bioimaging Unit at Brookes, has just won a New England Bioscience, Passion in Science award.
Oxford Brookes will partner with the University of Oxford, the Pirbright Institute, Diamond Light Source, STFC Central Laser Facility and the ISIS Neutron Source in a £12.5 million Doctoral Training Programme.