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Chancellor of the University of Oxford, Lord Patten, addresses the audience after the opening of the Li Ka Shing Centre for Health Information and Discovery at Oxford University on May 3, 2013 in Oxford, England.
It positions the conference organizers and the University of Oxford against international efforts to pressure Mr Kagame to end his abuses and play a more constructive role in the achievement of African peace and development.
We are pleased to expand our partnership with Okairos focusing on novel constructs utilizing chimpanzee adenovirus for next generation TB vaccines, as well as our collaboration with the University of Oxford, both of which are central to our organizational mission ... This effort to improve optimization and scale up under current good manufacturing practices could also potentially benefit our peers in HIV and malaria vaccine development.
It was a disgraceful example of the perennial ineptitude of the collectivity of the University of Oxford which has nearly always managed to get these issues wrong. They got it wrong over Asquith, they got it wrong over her. But it remains a disgrace and I only wish there was some way of putting that right posthumously. There isn't.More quotes »
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actually looking less likely or inconsistent with the data from the last decade alone," said Dr Alexander Otto from the University of Oxford. "The most extreme projections are looking less likely than before." The authors calculate that over the coming decades 7:57 AM from Yid With Lid Read more »
B-vitamins may delay Alzheimer’s onset
Smith of the University of Oxford, and colleagues, used randomised controlled trials to test the long-term effects of B-vitamins on the brain health of elderly people with mild cognitive impairment, who were classed as having an increased risk of dementia. 7:33 AM from Chemistry World Read more »
DPhil in Biochemistry University of Oxford in association with Molecular Dimensions Ltd. New Approaches to Membrane Protein Structural Biology using Micro-focus X-ray beams & X-ray Free Electron Laser based Serial Femtosecond Crystallography.
new possibilities of X-ray Free Electron lasers under the supervision of Prof. Elspeth Garman, Dr Simon Newstead (University of Oxford, UK) and Mr. Tony Savill (Molecular Dimensions Ltd.). The fellow will be trained in state of the art methods in crystallography 3:17 AM from Nature.com Read more »
Vitamin B Might Help Slow Alzheimer’s
asking several volunteers who had mild cognitive impairment (MCI, for short) to take various doses of vitamin B, the University of Oxford researchers noticed that this course of treatment slowed the expected reduction in gray matter. The assumption that vitamin 2:40 AM from Softpedia Read more »
Improve Cognitive Functions With Mental Arithmetic
Newswire) -- Researchers at the University of Oxford have found that improving one's ability to manipulate numbers in the head, which is a task that 20 percent of people have trouble with, could help improve cognitive and brain functions. Roi Cohen Kadosh 5/20/13 from Ivanhoe - Medical Breakthroughs Read more »