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Curiosity led to the Carnival
On Friday, 29 September the CRUK/MRC Oxford Institute for Radiation Oncology was to be found in the University of Oxford's Natural History Museum building a blood vessel along one of the cloisters overlooked by Charles Darwin.  The Oxford Institute’s blood vessel allowed visitors to explore the...
Oxford science goes to Durham
Runners at the Framwellgate ParkRun got a taste of cancer research with their morning run on Saturday,15 July.  The Department of Oncology teamed up with Framwellgate School (Durham) to reach out to people taking part in the regular 5K run.   The Department's Public Engagament Manager, Martin...
A UNIQ course - Oncology welcomes tomorrow's scientists
  On Monday, 24 July the Department of Oncology will welcome 27 students from across the UK who will gather in Oxford to find out what it would be like to study here.  During the week the students will live in college accommodation, eatin the halls, experience student life and discover the science...
Medical Research Council - Festival of Medical Research.
Members of the Department of Oncology will be out and about in the community over the next week or so explaining how your tax money is used to fund ground breaking medical research in Oxford.  Scientists from all over the world work together to tackle cancer, eczema, and aenemia.  Your genes play...
Video makers visit the Department of Oncology
Last September, a challenge went out to schools to make a two-minute video to explain our science to the public. Over 30 teams of students rose to the challenge.  On 5 April, the top six entries visited the Department of Oncology to collect their prizes and take advantage of the opportunity to...
Super Science
A big thank you to the Natural History Museum in Oxford for again giving us a chance to show off our science on Saturday, 11 March.  They tolerated a lot of mess as we enterained our visitors with some ideas from Professor Sibson who is developing ways to make brain tumours more accessible to...
Super Science Saturday: curing the brain
Visit the Oxford University Museum of Natural History and explore science surrounded by dinosaurs!   On Saturday 11 March, members of the Department of Oncology will be exploring how the brain presents special challenges in cancer research. They will be highlighting the work of Professor Nicola...
Girls do physics: physics cures cancer
In late February the Department of Physics hosted a Greenlight for Girls event to encourage young women to think about studying physics and to challenge the perception that physics is for boys.  The Department of Oncology joined the workshop which highlighted the impact of physics in the treatment...
MRC Festival of Medical Research: takes to the road
Video competition winners visit the Department of Oncology
Oxford charities come together for World Cancer Day
Third annual school video competition launched
Public engagement course graduates tell their story at the Science Museum
Brilliant Minds
40 Years and 40 Objects
Interview with Sarah Blagden, Associate Professor of Experimental Cancer Therapeutics
Life-long learning; courses in cancer research
Anne Kiltie Wins Flame of Hope Award
Success for Reverse the Odds at Emmy Awards.
Changing the World through Tech
Reverse the Odds Reaches 2 Million Analysis Landmark
Reverse the Odds – Cancer Research Needs You!
UK Young Scientists scoop third prize on the European stage
'Hospital Hero' Nomination for Department of Oncology Oncologist
Oncology takes a digital outreach award
Department of Oncology Engages the Public at BRC Open Day
CRUK/MRC Oxford Institute for Radiation Oncology Features on BBC Radio 4
The Department of Oncology’s ‘Evolution of Cancer’ board game receives press coverage
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