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Employer Award from Science Oxford
The Department of Oncology has been awarded a Bronze Employer Award from Science Oxford for our contributions to STEM week in 2018. Engaging young people with our science provides a valuable link between their school studies and the real-world uses of science.  We were able to help students...
Science on the road - a week of engagement
The Department of Oncology and the Weatherall Institute for Molecular Medicine were out-and-about again in June. A team of researchers and scientific support staff took to the road on the occasion of the Medical Research Council's Festival of Medical Research; the third national exploration of...
Supporting wider participation in science and Oxford
The Department of Oncology regularly provides science content for programmes aimed at encouraging young people to aspire to study science and widening participation in tertiary and Oxbridge education.  Across the UK young people regularly rule themselves out of science, out of tertiary education...
Super Science Saturday: curing the brain
Girls do physics: physics cures cancer
Oxford talking about Stand up to Cancer
Fourth annual school video competition launched
Oxfordshire Science Festival - signalling progress in cancer research
A UNIQ course in cancer research
A festival of medical research
Oxfordshire Science Festival
MRC Festival of Medical Research: takes to the road
Video competition winners visit the Department of Oncology
Oxford charities come together for World Cancer Day
Third annual school video competition launched
Public engagement course graduates tell their story at the Science Museum
Brilliant Minds
40 Years and 40 Objects
Interview with Sarah Blagden, Associate Professor of Experimental Cancer Therapeutics
Life-long learning; courses in cancer research
Anne Kiltie Wins Flame of Hope Award
Success for Reverse the Odds at Emmy Awards.
Changing the World through Tech
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