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29 August 2013

Physics newsletter 2013

Summer 2013

Our latest Department newsletter is now available to download in PDF format here. Have a look at the wide range of work that we do in front-line research, teaching, public outreach and school education. We would welcome contributions to future newsletters from undergraduate or postgraduate alumni and previous members of the physics department.

Oxford Physics Department Industry Day

Date: 
23 Oct 2013 - 12:00pm to 6:00pm
Venue: 
dwb
Room: 
Level 5 foyer (registration)
Audience: 
Industry

Oxford University Opens its Doors to Industry

12pm start - attendance welcome all afternoon or for individual sessions

  • Find out about our research and facilities
  • Discuss our technologies
  • Meet academics & students
  • Network with other companies
  • Explore collaboration opportunities
  • Find out about applying for our £3,000 collaboration voucher

How Can Oxford Physics Help Your Company Grow?

For more information contact: 

5 August 2013

Physics Department Industry Day

Oxford Physics Department is holding an Industry Day on the 23rd October. Guests will get to find out more about the research going on in the department and arrange 1:1 meetings with academic experts. There will be a range of talks, including one from an industry perspective.

Further details about the event can be found here.

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9 June 2013

Student Richard Passmore wins scholarship from UK Space Agency and ESA

Richard Passmore, a current student within Atmospheric, Oceanic and Planetary Physics at The University of Oxford, has won a prestigious scholarship to attend summer camp at the International Space University (ISU) Space Studies Program (SSP13).

21 May 2013

Global warming continues; most extreme projections 'less likely'

A new study led by Oxford University concludes that the latest observations of the climate system's response to rising greenhouse gas levels are consistent with conventional estimates of the long-term 'climate sensitivity', despite a "warming pause" over the past decade. However, the most extreme rates of warming simulated by the current generation of climate models over 50-100 year timescales are looking less likely, according to the paper published online by Nature Geoscience.

21 February 2013

Stargazing podcast series available now

Have you had a look at 'What's Hot' on the front page of iTunesU? You would have seen that the Stargazing podcast series is listed there.

For a complete list of free podcasts, check here.

13 February 2013

Colourful ‘solar glass’ means entire buildings can generate clean power

Cleantech investment specialists MTI Partners has announced the completion of a £2 million investment round in Oxford Photovoltaics Limited (OPV), an Oxford University spin-out Materials/Cleantech company commercializing solid-state dye sensitized solar cells for the Building Integrated Photovoltaic (BIPV) sector.

4 February 2013

New Blogs section

A new section available

A new section with blogs has been made available, and a few new blogs have been started already: Astro, Funding news, OSMOSIS Research Cruise and Alumni are already up.

To visit, go to the top menu at the home page -> MORE -> BLOGS

Physics Services Open Day

Date: 
6 Nov 2012 - 10:00am to 4:00pm
Venue: 
Denys Wilkinson Building and Clarendon Laboratory
Audience: 
Specialised / research interest

On Tuesday 6th of November, Physics Services open their doors for the Physics Services Open Day, for researchers in Physics and across the University.

If you think we might help your research or if you are just curious to know what goes on in them please come and see our facilities.

The services being showcased at the open day include:

For more information contact: 

Jaya John John, j.john1@physics.ox.ac.uk, (2)83643
Johan Fopma, j.fopma1@physics.ox.ac.uk, (2)73420

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3 October 2012

Oxford Climate Research Network launched

The newly launched Oxford Climate Research Network (OCRN) is a cross-divisional initiative aiming to promote collaborations between scientists who investigate climate-related issues in various departments at Oxford, and increase the visibility of climate research both within and outside the University.

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