30 June 2017
Oxford Neuroscience and Oxford University Museum of Natural History have won a Building Capacity Award for Brain Diaries, an exhibition accompanied by a public event programme and online digital resources including an animation by Oxford Sparks. The award is part of the Vice Chancellor's Awards for Public Engagement with Research, now in their second year.
30 May 2017
Mike Gunton, Creative Director of the BBC's Natural History Unit, gave a talk this month on the making of Planet Earth II to rave reviews.
18 May 2017
Our congratulations to Professor Andrew Parker who has been asked to deliver the Physiological Society's GL Brown prize lecture.
10 March 2017
Top neuroscientists from across the Medical Sciences Division have collaborated to produce an exhibition of the 'life cycle' of the brain.
15 June 2016
An image of a whole embryonic mouse heart at 13 days after fertilisation has been shortlisted in a competition run by the British Heart Foundation (BHF).
17 May 2016
Paul Mayhew-Archer visited the Oxford Parkinson's Disease Centre (OPDC) to find out more about our cutting edge research.
16 March 2016
Professor Vyazovskiy is part of a team of experts tasked by the European Space Agency with investigating whether and how we might be able to put humans into a state of stasis to enable long-distance space travel.
15 March 2016
Dr. Omur Tastan from the Liu Lab is taking part in a free online event where school students meet and interact with scientists.
11 March 2016
From 21st to 23rd March 2016, the Department of Physiology, Anatomy and Genetics will host a white fibre dissection course covering the cortical and subcortical white fibre anatomy, which is the first of its kind in the country.
13 October 2015
Stimulating the heart to repair itself is within scientific touching distance, thanks in large part to the work of Professor Paul Riley and his team in the Department of Physiology, Anatomy and Genetics
26 June 2015
Lizzie Burns is the joint winner of the "Outreach and Public Engagement: TES Connect" category for her work in collaboration with Zoltan Molnar and Damion Young entitled ‘CSlide’: a Nobel Prize-Winner Inspires Science, Art and Creativity.
11 March 2014
Sally Magnusson launches UK’s biggest dementia research conference in Oxford.