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Solar nexus - University marshals its forces to tackle global energy crisis; Foundation Year opens door for disadvantaged; History of mapmaking; Historic gift transforms the boat clubs forever.
The Michaelmas, 2016 edition of Oxford Today honours Oxford alumna Theresa May; we also visit Richard Dawkins and engineering alum Hugo Spowers.
The inside story of Cecil; Bottling the sun; Doing our bit?; Internships
The world’s deepest oceans; Genomics research; Philosopher John Gray; Coats of arms
Oxford in 2065; The uncrowned tech monarchs; Hawking at Oxford; Napoleon's last resting place
Entrepreneurial Oxford; Rochester's Oxford; The Germans in Oxford; Explaining the world to the world
Rewilding Oxford; Have tutorials changed?; Marshal Blucher, drunk in Oxford in 1814; A recent history of scandalous capitalism
The class of 2012; Thatcher's scientific legacy; Radical architecture of Oxford; Barbara Pym; 22 November 1963: a day to remember
Marcus du Sautoy; What makes us British?; Sharing knowledge; Money matters; Fantasy worlds
Aung San Suu Kyi; Martin Kemp discovers a lost Leonardo; Michael Moritz; Class of 2012; Oxford and India
All at sea; Politics fever; What is mindfulness?; A tale of two Minis; Finding the river; Choral videos
John Vickers; Oxford and the Olympics; Feeling the pinch?; Are we in a new Dickensian age?; The pursued; A top career
Nuclear reaction; The humanities in crisis; Dante Gabriel Rossetti; Writing the world; Creative writing competition
For art's sake; Turbulence ahead; Facebook revolution; Burne-Jones pursuit of love; PG Wodehouse
Age of uncertainty; Bluffe, guile and swagger; Meetings with remarkable ghosts; Silicon triangle
Wilfred Thesiger, Africa seen through his lens; When to share gene data?; Seamus Perry on our greatest living poet
Going with the swing; Interrogating Nature – to reveal God's way?; Idle scholar who brought local language to book; Naomi Alderman
Wanted: a 21st-century renaissance; History – handle with care; Piecing together the causes of lives torn apart; Terry Jones
Woe, Superman?; Driving down Electric Avenue; When war came again; Innovation by the Isis; Ian Hislop
Oxford Today issues before Volume 22 (Michaelmas 2009) are not currently available online.