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Podcasts on all areas of laboratory medicine
 
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St Anne's College
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St Anne's stands out in Oxford as a college that is down to earth, modern, informal and open to the world. It also has a determined sense of its academic purpose.It began in 1879 offering a university education to women who otherwise would have found it unaffordable. It became a full College of the University in 1952. It has taken both men and women since 1979, and is now one of Oxford's largest colleges, with over 400 undergraduates and 150 graduates.
 
The University of Oxford is home to an impressive range and depth of research activities in the Humanities. TORCH | The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities is a major new initiative that seeks to build on this heritage and to stimulate and support research that transcends disciplinary and institutional boundaries. Here we feature some of the networks and programmes, as well as recordings of events, and offer insights into the research that they make possible.
 
The Department of Physics public lecture series. An exciting series of lectures about the research at Oxford Physics take place throughout the academic year. Looking at topics diverse as the creation of the universe to the science of climate change. Features episodes previously published as:(1) 'Oxford Physics Alumni': "Informal interviews with physics alumni at events, lectures and other alumni related activities."(2) 'Physics and Philosophy: Arguments, Experiments and a Few Things in Betwe ...
 
Rheumatology provides free podcast interviews with experts in the field on key topics.
 
Oxford Transitional Justice Research (OTJR) is an inter-disciplinary network of more than 100 Oxford staff and students working broadly on issues of transition in societies recovering from mass conflict and/or repressive rule. OTJR is dedicated to producing high-quality scholarship that connects intimately to practical and policy questions in transitional justice, focusing on the following themes: Prosecutions, Truth Commissions, Local and traditional practices, Compensation and reparations, ...
 
A selection of seminars and special lectures on wide-ranging topics relating to practical ethics. The Oxford Uehiro Centre for Practical Ethics was established in 2002 with the support of the Uehiro Foundation on Ethics and Education of Japan. It is an integral part of the philosophy faculty of Oxford University, one of the great centres of academic excellence in philosophical ethics.
 
A podcast that includes an interview with an AEPP author exploring his/her article on a topical subject with relevance to a broad audience
 
A podcast from the journal Occupational Medicine, that includes highlights from the current issue and an in-depth interview with a research expert on an important topic of the day
 
A series of talks and lectures from Oxford Mathematicians exploring the power and beauty of their subject. These talks would appeal to anyone interested in mathematics and its ever-growing range of applications from medicine to economics and beyond.
 
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Computer Science
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This series is host to episodes created by the Department of Computer Science, University of Oxford, one of the longest-established Computer Science departments in the country. The series reflects this department's world-class research and teaching by providing talks that encompass topics such as computational biology, quantum computing, computational linguistics, information systems, software verification, and software engineering.
 
Podcasts from the Foundation for Law, Justice and Society, an independent institution affiliated with Wolfson College and the Centre for Socio-Legal Studies at the University of Oxford.
 
The European Studies Centre at St Antony's College is dedicated to the interdisciplinary study of Europe. It has particular strengths in politics, history and international relations, but also brings together economists, sociologists, social anthropologists and students of culture. We see ourselves as a meeting place and intellectual laboratory for the whole community of those interested in European Studies at the University of Oxford.
 
The University of Oxford is home to an impressive range and depth of research activities in the Humanities. TORCH | The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities is a major new initiative that seeks to build on this heritage and to stimulate and support research that transcends disciplinary and institutional boundaries. Here we feature some of the networks and programmes, as well as recordings of events, and offer insights into the research that they make possible.
 
Members of the Rudolf Peierls Centre for Theoretical Physics host a morning of Theoretical Physics roughly three times a year on a Saturday morning. The mornings consist of three talks pitched to explain an area of our research to an audience familiar with physics at about the second-year undergraduate level and are open to all Oxford Alumni. Topics include Quantum Mechanics, Black Holes, Dark Matter, Plasma, Particle Accelerators and The Large Hadron Collider.
 
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Kellogg College
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Podcasts from Kellogg College, one of Oxford University's largest and most international graduate colleges.
 
Public Lectures and Seminars from the Oxford Martin School, University of Oxford. The Oxford Martin School brings together the best minds from different fields to tackle the most pressing issues of the 21st century.
 
Open Forum Infectious Diseases (OFID) provides free podcast interviews with experts in the field, keeping you up to date with the latest research on your computer or on the go.
 
This series explores the lives of Romans through the Latin inscriptions collection at the Ashmolean Museum, University of Oxford, as part of an AHRC funded project between the University of Oxford and the University of Warwick.
 
This series of eight lectures delivered by Dr T. J. Mawson at the University of Oxford in Hilary Term 2011, introduces the main philosophical arguments pertaining to the Western monotheistic religions: Judaism, Christianity and Islam. Each lecture has an associated hand-out (two for the first lecture).
 
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Futuremakers
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Welcome to the Futuremakers podcast. It's the fly-on-the-wall of our colleges, as our academics debate key issues for the future of society. Season One is all about Artificial Intelligence...
 
Public Lectures and Seminars from the Oxford Martin School, University of Oxford. The Oxford Martin School brings together the best minds from different fields to tackle the most pressing issues of the 21st century.
 
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Criminology
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This series is host to episodes created by the Centre for Criminology at the University of Oxford which is part of the Faculty of Law, within the Social Sciences Division. The series reflects this department's world-leading research and teaching by providing talks that encompass topics such as rights and justice, politics, penal culture, crime and mental health and immigration.
 
Keynote speeches and special session given at the international conference 'Nietzsche on Mind and Nature', held at St. Peter's College, Oxford, 11-13 September 2009, organized by the Faculty of Philosophy, University of Oxford.
 
The Unit for Biocultural Variation and Obesity (UBVO) is an interdisciplinary research unit based at the University of Oxford, dedicated to understanding the complex and interwoven causes of obesity in populations across the world. This seminar series is hosted by the Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology, University of Oxford.
 
Poet, playwright and novelist, Simon Armitage was elected Professor of Poetry at Oxford University in 2015. This series features his public engagements.Series image credit Paul Wolfgang Webster.
 
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In Our Spare Time
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A 45-minute podcast in which a panel of Oxford students and young researchers join hosts Aled Walker and Alice Harberd to discuss their academic and intellectual passions. Each episode will have a different theme, ranging from Marxism to Medieval Song, Cicero to Sondheim -- a tribute to the astonishing diversity of thought which takes place in Oxford.
 
The Surgical Grand Rounds, hosted by the Nuffield Department of Surgical Sciences, are the key educational meetings for consultants, juniors and medical students. Presentations revolve around clinical cases and are followed by lively, educational discussion. These podcasts are brought to you by the Oxford University Medical Education Fellows.
 
Humanitas is a series of Visiting Professorships at Oxford and Cambridge intended to bring leading practitioners and scholars to both universities to address major themes in the arts, social sciences and humanities. Created by Lord Weidenfeld, the Programme is managed and funded by the Institute for Strategic Dialogue with the support of a series of generous benefactors and administered by the Humanities Division in Oxford and the Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humaniti ...
 
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Lincoln College
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Podcasts from Lincoln College, Oxford
 
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St Cross Colloquia
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A series of talks given on a weekly basis during term by college members, detailing their area of expertise.
 
 
Podcasts recorded by the International Migration Institute
 
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Professor Stephen Blundell explores the many universes of quantum materials for the 2019 Quantum Materials Public Lecture. Physicists try to find the laws that govern the Universe, discover new particles and explain phenomena. But what if the rules that govern the Universe were different? What would happen then? This question is not just an aca ...…
 
J.K. Rowling’s imagination is fired by the past. How do historical objects illuminate the real-world sources of her ideas? In this interview Dr Beatrice Groves, author of Literary Allusion in Harry Potter, explores how Harry Potter works its magic on the stories and stuff of the past.By Beatrice Groves, Victoria McGuinness.
 
Title: The Pathology behind the Vaping Crisis By: Sanjay Mukhopadhyay, MD Director of Pulmonary Pathology at Cleveland ClinicBy Oxford University Press.
 
Sexual and Gender Based Violence (SGBV) has become 'hyper-visible' in international criminal justice, yet scholars disagree whether this is a good thing for feminism or not. In focusing on the normative question of whether international criminal law can be a force for good, the empirical question, namely what exactly happens when critical conce ...…
 
In November 2018, a Chinese scientist announced the birth of the world’s first gene-edited babies and sparked outrage across the world. Professor Nie considers how China's complex socio-ethical approach paved the way for this controversial experiment. Among numerous ethical issues, editing heritable germline genomes of otherwise healthy embryos ...…
 
Professor Adam Smith gives a talk to alumni entitled "How bad is the current crisis of American democracy?" The current sense of crisis is driven by the anxiety about creeping authoritarianism and corruption, a dis-informed electorate and unaccountable social media giants. But American democracy has always been ‘in crisis’ ever since the idea o ...…
 
Dr Marwan Bukhari talks to Dr Harsha Gunawardena (Bristol, UK) about his clinical vignette, which reports a case of gastrointestinal manifestation of anti-SAE dermatomyositis. Dr Gunawardena discusses the presentation of the patient, the challenges associated with this type of diagnosis, and the treatment plan that was formulated. Dr Gunawarden ...…
 
Editor Craig Gundersen discusses two recently published articles with authors John Gibson and Ian McDonough: “Are You Estimating the Right Thing? An Editor Reflects” and “Criminal Incarceration, Statutory Bans on Food Assistance..."By Oxford University Press.
 
Editor Craig Gundersen discusses two articles recently published in AEPP with authors Peter Slade and Amanda Norris on the domestic market for cheese and country-of-origin labeling in the Canadian dairy market.By Oxford University Press.
 
This podcast features an interview with Dr Jennifer Napier at the Occupational Health 2019 conference in Bristol, discussing her recent paper ‘Job strain and retirement decisions in UK general practice’ which is published in Occupational Medicine.By Oxford University Press.
 
Dr James Galloway talks to Dr Abhishek Abhishek (University of Nottingham, UK) about his recent paper, which showed that the Gout Activity Score has predictive validity and is sensitive to change. This study used data from the Nottingham Gout Treatment Trial, which is discussed in more detail. They also identify the primary questions facing gou ...…
 
Dr James Galloway talks to Dr Carly Janssen (University of Twente, The Netherlands) about her recent papers, the first of which suggests that anakinra is non-inferior to standard of care for acute gout flares. They also discuss the importance of using robust outcome measures in clinical trials; Dr Janssen describes the Gout Attack Intensity Sco ...…
 
Dr James Galloway interviews Prof. Kimme Hyrich (University of Manchester, UK) about her work on Rheumatology’s real-world data supplement. They define real-world data and consider the future of big data collection. They also discuss the process of putting together a supplement, as well as Prof. Hyrich’s work on the BSRBR-RA Register. The real- ...…
 
This event is an Oxford Public Engagement with Research and part of a Knowledge Exchange project. Organised by Professor Wes Williams (Faculty of Medieval and Modern Languages) and Richard Scholar (Faculty of Medieval and Modern Languages). Thomas More’s ground-breaking island fantasy, first published in 1516, asks us all what brave new world w ...…
 
Paul Sax, MD – OFID Editor in Chief – and Raphael Landovitz, MD, are at it again. In the 25th episode of the OFID podcast, the pair engage in a lively debate of the top five research papers in HIV medicine, covering topics throughout the disease’s relatively short history. Dr. Landovitz is Associate Professor of Medicine at the University of Ca ...…
 
Professor Barry C Barish gives a talk on the quest for the detection of gravitational waves. The quest for gravitational waves, following their prediction by Einstein in 1916 to their detection 100 years later will be traced. The subsequent opening of exciting new science, from rigorous tests of general relativity to using gravitational waves t ...…
 
Bill Diamond, President & CEO The SETI Institute gives an an update on the search for life in the Universe. Hosted by Ian Shipsey, Head of Physics.By Bill Diamond, Ian Shipsey.
 
A roundtable discussion explore landscape as a space for living, considering the pressures on land from population growth and discussing questions of preservation vs. development. People's Landscapes: Beyond the Green and Pleasant Land is a lecture series convened by the University of Oxford's National Trust Partnership, which brings together e ...…
 
A roundtable discussion consider future landscapes in the context of food, farming and conservation. People's Landscapes: Beyond the Green and Pleasant Land is a lecture series convened by the University of Oxford's National Trust Partnership, which brings together experts and commentators from a range of institutions, professions and academic ...…
 
Kathryn Eccles (Oxford Internet Institute), gives a talk on her Knowledge Exchange research project on using social media data to understand visitor engagement at heritage sites. Kathryn Eccles, Oxford Internet InstituteDr Kathryn Eccles has been a Research Fellow in Digital Humanities at the Oxford Internet Institute since 2008. Kathryn is cur ...…
 
Andrew Papanikitas Primary Care Health Sciences and John Spicer Health Education England give a talk on their Knowledge Exchange research project on teaching ethics to medical students. Andrew Papanikitas, Primary Care Health SciencesDr Andrew Papanikitas qualified as a general practitioner (MRCGP) in 2008. His PhD in medical education was awar ...…
 
Sarah Mallet School of Archaeology and Louise Fowler Museum of London Archaeology give a talk for the Knowledge Exchange Showcase on their research on the Calais migrant camp known as the Jungle. Sarah Mallet, School of ArchaeologyDr Sarah Mallet is a post-doctoral researcher at jointly appointed at the Pitt Rivers Museum and School of Archaeol ...…
 
Abigail Green (Faculty of History), Nino Strachey (National Trust), and Silvia Davoli, (Strawberry Hill House) give a presentation on their Knowledge Exchange research project on Jewish Country Houses Professor Abigail Green is Tutorial Fellow in History at Brasenose College. She works at the interface between modern European history and intern ...…
 
Our Open Days are intended to give an insight in to Maths at Oxford, whether you are a potential applicant or are just curious. In this talk about the Applied Maths that our undergraduates study at Oxford, Dominic Vella uses everyday examples to explain that Applied Mathematics is about looking afresh at the world around you, looking at scienti ...…
 
In this talk Vicky Neale gives a glimpse of the undergraduate Pure Maths courses through the lens of elliptic curves. Our Open Days are intended to give an insight in to Maths at Oxford, whether you are a potential applicant or are just curious.By Vicky Neale.
 
In this talk, Admissions Guru James Munro explains how we teach, how you can apply and what your Oxford mathematical life might be like. Our Open Days are intended to give an insight in to Maths at Oxford, whether you are a potential applicant or are just curious.By James Munro.
 
Convened by: Kellogg Urban Knowledge Exchange. A multidisciplinary seminar, as part of the Kellogg Urban Knowledge Exchange series in association with Maison Française Oxford. What opportunities and challenges lie ahead for migrants, settlers and cities in Europe?Debates, arguments and shifting boundaries have generated a new landscape for migr ...…
 
What is the Dark Matter which makes 85% of the matter in the Universe? We have been asking this question for many decades and used a variety of experimental approaches to address it, with detectors on Earth and in space. Yet, the nature of Dark Matter remains a mystery. An answer to this fundamental question will likely come from ongoing and fu ...…
 
LSE media expert and government adviser Damian Tambini and Roxana Radu from Oxford Law Faculty respond to the UK government’s White Paper on Online Harms and assess the implications of the new rights of the digital age such as the ‘right to be forgotten’. Damian Tambini, LSE Professor in Media and Communications and government adviser, responds ...…
 
Jufang Wang, former news editor in China, and Ralph Schroeder of the Oxford Internet Institute, assess the Communist Party’s efforts to control public opinion in China by regulation of social media platforms and the controversial ‘social credit system’. Jufang Wang, a former news editor in China and academic visitor at the BBC, offers insights ...…
 
This UBVO seminar was presented by Paul Sacher, the Chief R&D Officer for MEND, on 3 November 2009By Paul Sacher.
 
This UBVO seminar was presented by Cristiana Duarte (University of Leeds) on 31 January 2019By Cristiana Duarte.
 
Marijana Todercevic (Oxford Centre for Diabetes, Endocrinology and Metabolis), delivered this UBVO seminar on 28 February 2019By Marijana Todercevic.
 
In this Public Lecture, which contains more technical content than our norm, John Bush presents seemingly disparate topics which are in fact united by a common theme and underlaid by a common mathematical framework. First there is the natural world where creatures use surface tension to support themselves on the water surface and propel themsel ...…
 
Book at Lunchtime: Delius and the Sound of Place Few composers have responded as powerfully to place as Frederick Delius (1862–1934). Born in Yorkshire, Delius resided in the United States, Germany, and Scandinavia before settling in France, where he spent the majority of his professional career. This book examines the role of place in selected ...…
 
Book at Lunchtime: Delius and the Sound of Place Few composers have responded as powerfully to place as Frederick Delius (1862–1934). Born in Yorkshire, Delius resided in the United States, Germany, and Scandinavia before settling in France, where he spent the majority of his professional career. This book examines the role of place in selected ...…
 
The 24th episode of the OFID podcast, hosted by OFID Editor Paul Sax, MD, explores the motivations and histories of two brothers who both followed their father’s footsteps into medicine, but then forayed into infectious diseases and now jointly o...By Oxford University Press.
 
This talk was given as part of the Oxford Transitional Justice Research (OTJR) Seminar Series. Leila Nadya Sadat is the James Carr Professor of International Criminal Law and Director of the Whitney R. Harris World Law Institute. She serves as Special Adviser on Crimes Against Humanity to the ICC Prosecutor, and in 2008 launched the Crimes Agai ...…
 
This talk was given as part of the Oxford Transitional Justice Research (OTJR) Seminar Series. Oxford Transitional Justice Research and the Bonavero Institute are co-hosting a discussion with William A. Schabas, Professor of International Law at Middlesex University, on his latest book, The Trial of the Kaiser, an account of the attempted prose ...…
 
This talk was given as part of the Oxford Transitional Justice Research (OTJR) Seminar Series. Why are certain responses to past human rights violations considered instances of transitional justice while others are disregarded? This talk interrogates the history of the discourse and practice of the field to answer that question. Zunino argues t ...…
 
This talk was given as part of the Oxford Transitional Justice Research (OTJR) Seminar Series. To Un-Become is a multimedia art project which explores the concept of un-becoming through revisiting Operation Storm in Yugoslavia and its consequences over two decades later.By Sasa Rajsic.
 
This talk was given as part of the Oxford Transitional Justice Research (OTJR) Seminar Series. This panel discussion explores the issue of accountability in Sri Lanka using three lenses. Each lens will be applied to a specific human rights challenge that is associated with impunity in the country: violence against religious minorities, torture, ...…
 
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