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Oxford Energy Society - Inaugural Seminar

2 May 2012 - 5:00pm to 6:00pm
Lindemann Lecture Theatre

This new student society aims to inform people about the challenges surrounding the supply and demand of energy, and climate change.

The Energy Soc Inaugural Seminar – and Post Seminar Drinks!

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No booking required.

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Visit www.energysoc.org for more info on the society other events we are organising for this term.

19 September 2011

A new remote temperature sensor

Researchers at Oxford University and the University of Warwick have developed a form of crystal that can deliver highly accurate temperature readings, down to individual milli-kelvins, over a very broad range of temperatures: -120 to +680 degrees centigrade.



18 June 2011

Physics Department annual newsletter now available

Oxford Physics has produced the first edition of an annual newsletter, aiming to describe 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.

Keble College Networks research cluster Workshop

2 Jun 2011 - 9:30am to 6:30pm

To encourage interdisciplinary research Keble College has funded a dedicated Networks research cluster. As a part of its ongoing activities the cluster is running an intensive 1-day workshop covering a wide range of Network related topics, including biological, social, quantum and traffic networks, as well as network analysis methods.


2 April 2011

Cheaper solar cell technology developed in the Physics Department

Oxford Photovoltaics, a company recently spun out from the University of Oxford by Isis Innovation Ltd., has developed new solar cell technology that is manufactured from cheap, abundant, non-toxic and non-corrosive materials and can be scaled to any volume.