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Meeting Minds Oxford Alumni Weekend 2015

Posted: 25 Sep 2015

Meeting Minds Alumni Weekend in Oxford

Physics opened its doors to alumni and friends on Friday 18th (with the popular telescope tours) and on Saturday 19th, with lectures, posters, members of staff to talk to about Particle Physics, Space Instruments and Atomic and Laser Physics among other things; followed by a reception.

More than 200 people visited us.
If you have any photos you'd like to share, comments or feedback, please write to Val at the alumni office.

You can have a look at some photos of the events [url=/alumni/alumni-wee

Leavers 2015

Posted: 24 Sep 2015

For the second year, on Friday 22nd May, we held our Leavers 2015 celebrations.

Alumni Reception in London, 2nd of October - Booking open

Posted: 14 Aug 2015

Alumni Reception in London

Booking is now open for this event.
Please follow this link if you are interested to learn more about it and meet us there!

This is an alumni only event, guests are welcome, 2 tickets per alumna/us - spaces are limited, so first come, first served - if spaces are available, further guests may be able to join us.

Please email Val if you have any specific dietary or access requirements, or any other questions.

Looking forward to seeing you there!

'Dear Harry...' a new special exhibition at the Museum of the History of Science, Oxford.

Posted: 14 May 2015

Today 14th May, open a new fantastic exhibition focused on the life and achievements of Henry G.J.Moseley, entitled 'Dear Harry...'

We attended the official launch at the Museum, and reception at Trinity College on Tuesday, and had a chance to have a look at this excellent showcase of his life and work.

Starting from his life in Oxford, and following his steps through school, University, work and later his military life through his mother's diary; this is an excelle

'Henry G.J. Moseley: Physicist and Soldier' Alumni Networking Event last week

Posted: 14 May 2015

Last week we held a lovely and informative event at the Soldiers of Oxfordshire Museum in Woodstock, to commemorate and honour the life of Henry G. J.