20th March 2018
Discover what it’s like to be a conservation biologist through a new board game.
15th March 2018
What makes us human? What can we learn about the ancient world through old coins? And what do skeletons teach us?
13th March 2018
The plight of the poor in the developed and developing world and the mental health issues associated with poverty are the focus of ground-breaking new research by Wadham’s Ankhi Mukherjee.
12th March 2018
How should the law protect against discrimination at the intersection of disability and other protected characteristics, including gender?
8th March 2018
Joan Wadham, mother of College founder Nicholas, was an extraordinary woman. Having had twenty children by her two husbands, she died aged 88 in 1583.
7th March 2018
Proposals to develop Oxford’s first dedicated access facility and a new undergraduate centre on the Wadham College site in Parks Road have been granted planning consent by Oxford City Council.
5th March 2018
New bioprinting research from Wadham’s Alfonso Castrejón-Pita will allow scientists to recreate complex biological scenarios, such as niches where cancer grows, to study disease and develop drugs.
1st March 2018
Wadham is celebrating Fairtrade Fortnight in the New Refectory on Friday 2 and 9 March with tasty Fairtrade treats on offer provided by our kitchen.
28th February 2018
Tweets that debunk the latest cancer scare or chart the life of a 19th century computer scientist are a powerful tool for academics wanting to share ideas and reach a wider audience.
26th February 2018
OXWASH, a new environmentally friendly laundry and dry cleaning service for Oxford is the brainchild of Wadham graduate student Kyle Grant (Synthetic Biology, 2014).
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