Summer on the water, part one
After a traumatic event, a good night's sleep could actually do more harm than good, Oxford scientists say.
An Oxford wine steward shatters some widespread myths about the job.
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Brian Mooney tells how in 1970 he set out to collect the memories of the first Cherwell hacks half a century earlier.
How much have we damaged the oceans? The jury is officially out.
It’s the world’s oldest public museum — and this is how it works its wonders.
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Reaching a milestone with a new book on Darwin, science writer Isabel Thomas reveals the secret of her success.
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The Ashmolean Museum is home to the University of Oxford’s collection of art and archaeology. Founded in 1683, it is the oldest public museum in the world.
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