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  • Introducing new Jenner facility

    9 July 2018

    Do you have a large number of samples that require DNA or RNA extraction? The Jenner Institute’s QiaSymphony nucleic acid extraction robot has been used for 1000s of successful automated extractions of DNA and RNA and this facility is now available for other University projects, with minimum hands on time, excellent recovery, consistency, purity and effectively zero cross contamination risk. Nick Edwards explains more.

  • Events

    3 March 2015

  • Science Festivals

    27 February 2018

    Divisional research staff engage with people of all ages at science fairs and festivals through the year. These range from smaller events for our local community in Oxfordshire to national science festivals attended by thousands of people.

  • Working with Gardens, Libraries and Museums

    27 February 2018

    Working with the University Gardens, Libraries and Museums (GLAM) offers a unique opportunity to engage the public in inspirational spaces, and is a focus for the University's strategic plan for public engagement. Our reserarchers have a number of opportunities to become involved with events at these locations.

  • Cultural Collaborations

    27 February 2018

    Using art and music to explore medical research is an exciting way to engage the public. A number of projects across our departments have seen collaborations with artists, animators and dancers to communicate research and engage the public with the latest medical discoveries.

  • Digital Engagement

    27 February 2018

    Public Engagement with Research does not only have to be carried out in person - a number of innovative digital platforms enable online audiences to engage with our research.

  • Patient and Public Involvement

    27 February 2018

    Patient and Public Involvement (PPI) projects help patients and the public to take an active role in working with researchers to prioritise and shape research. PPI could include offering advice as members of a project steering group, commenting on and developing research materials, and giving feedback on ideas. PPI is a key element of many research projects across the Division.

  • Events Archive

    3 February 2017

    Explore a selection of the diverse public events our researchers have taken part in to bring their research to the public.

  • 2015 Events Archive

    9 March 2015