Dr Carol Atack on BBC Radio 4

Posted December 4th 2018

Dr Carol Atack, Junior Research Fellow and post-doctoral Research Associate in the  ‘Anachronism and Antiquity‘ project, appeared on …

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Dr Susana Carvalho co-authors paper on decline of Africa’s largest mammals

Posted November 28th 2018

Dr Susana Carvalho, Fellow of St Hugh’s College and Associate Professor in Palaeoanthropology, has co-authored a new paper in Science on …

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Dr Mimi Zou attends EU-Australia Leadership Forum

Posted November 22nd 2018

Dr Mimi Zou is attending the EU-Australia Leadership Forum in Brussels this week, a high-level meeting of key European and Australian leaders …

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‘Maria Sibylla Merian: Artist, Scientist, Adventurer’ wins Moonbeam gold award

Posted October 8th 2018

Congratulations to Jeyaraney Kathirithamby, St Hugh’s emeritus fellow, and co-author of Maria Sibylla Merian: Artist, Scientist, Adventurer, on …

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Dr Janette Chow awarded £10,000 British Academy/Leverhulme research grant

Posted September 12th 2018

Congratulations to Dr Janette Chow on her successful application for a British Academy/Leverhulme Small Research Grant for 2018-20. The grants …

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Dr Dora Biro co-edits Royal Society journal issue on human and animal responses to death

Posted July 17th 2018

Congratulations to St Hugh’s Fellow Dr Dora Biro on the publication of an issue of the Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society which she …

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Congratulations to Professor John Chalker on winning the Dirac Medal!

Posted July 16th 2018

St Hugh’s Fellow Professor John Chalker has won the highly prestigious Paul Dirac Medal. The Institute of Physics cited his “pioneering, deep, …

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Professor Garnett hits the news with novel Bayeux Tapestry study

Posted July 16th 2018

Professor George Garnett has undertaken a unique study of the Bayeux Tapestry, concerning the “profusion of penises” depicted therein, and …

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Royal Society’s Biology Letters publishes Professor Ruth Baker’s and Professor Antoine Jerusalem’s opinion piece on machine learning

Posted May 18th 2018

Professors Ruth Baker and Antoine Jerusalem have had an article on mechanistic versus machine learning published in Biology Letters. The full …

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