Professor David Marshall contributes to new climate study that departs from scientific consensus with new understanding of key deep-ocean process

Posted February 1st 2019

St Hugh’s Fellow and Professor of Physical Oceanography David Marshall has contributed to a new study on the phenomenon of Atlantic meridional …

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Dr Sam Giles wins L’Oréal-UNESCO for Women in Science Fellowship

Posted November 2nd 2016

Our congratulations go to Dr Sam Giles for receiving one of the 2016 L’Oréal-UNESCO Women in Science Fellowships in recognition of her position …

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Dr Anke Hein to Publish New Book in 2017 with Springer

Posted November 2nd 2016

Dr Anke Hein, Peter Moores Associate Professor in Chinese Archaeology and lecturer at St Hugh’s College, is due to publish a new book with …

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New Weston Library exhibition involves Dr Susan Valladares

Posted November 1st 2016

Dr Susan Valladares, lecturer at St Hugh’s, is one of three academics to have curated a new exhibition at the Weston Library entitled …

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Dr Susana Carvalho Wins Philip Leverhulme Prize for Outstanding Research

Posted October 31st 2016

Dr Susana Carvalho, Associate Professor in Palaeoanthropology, and lecturer at St Hugh’s College, has received a Philip Leverhulme Prize …

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New CDF Dr Janette Chow research published

Posted September 28th 2016

Dr Janette Chow, who is the new Winkler Career Development Fellow in Psychology at St Hugh’s, has been published in Psychological Science. …

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Flock Favours Collective Wisdom

Posted September 26th 2016

New research from the University of Oxford’s Department of Zoology suggests pigeons can over-rule incompetent leaders. Research conducted …

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St Hugh’s College Professorial Fellow’s Vital Helium Discovery

Posted July 5th 2016

A team from the universities of Oxford and Durham have announced a success in a new Helium exploration approach.   A new helium exploration …

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Professor Tim Rood awarded Leverhulme Trust funding for three year project.

Posted March 21st 2016

Professor Tim Rood has been awarded a Leverhulme Research Project Grant for a project entitled ‘Anachronism and Antiquity,’ to be conducted in …

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