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Iran’s ‘The Recess’ receives US Oxford award
Iranian short film, ‘The Recess,’ written, produced, and directed by Navid Nikkhah-Azad, received the Best Short Film Award at the Oxford Film Festival (OxFilm) in Mississippi, US.
Oxford/AstraZeneca jab fails to prevent mild and moderate COVID from South African strain, study shows
The Oxford/AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine does not appear to offer protection against mild and moderate disease caused by the viral variant first identified in South Africa, according to a new study.
Oxford research tackles threat of antibiotic resistance
Oxford University is opening a new research institute dedicated to tackling resistance to antibiotics.
Oxford dictionaries: 2020 has too many Words of the Year to name just one
For the first time, the Oxford English Dictionary chose not to name a word of the year, describing 2020 as “a year which cannot be neatly accommodated in one single word”. Instead, from “unmute” to “mail-in”, and from “coronavirus” to “lockdown”, the eminent reference work has announced its “words of an ‘unprecedented’ year”.
Oxford University vaccine is highly effective
The coronavirus vaccine developed by the University of Oxford is highly effective at stopping people developing COVID-19 symptoms, a large trial showed.
Oxford COVID vaccine trials offer hope for the elderly
A vaccine considered a frontrunner in the race to protect the global population from COVID-19 has produced a robust immune response in elderly people, the group at highest risk from the disease, according to two people familiar with the finding.
Oxford COVID vaccine trials offer hope for the elderly
A vaccine considered a frontrunner in the race to protect the global population from COVID-19 has produced a robust immune response in elderly people, the group at highest risk from the disease, according to two people familiar with the finding.
Oxford museum removes shrunken heads from display after 80 years
The shrunken heads at Oxford’s Pitt Rivers Museum were removed from display, after 80 years. In a case prominently entitled, “Treatment of Dead Enemies,” they have long been the greatest attraction for many visitors, but will be hidden away in store when the museum reopens on September 22, after the coronavirus closure.
Oxford Judge spares four youngsters of privileged backgrounds from jail
A judge at Oxford Crown Court has sparked controversy by refusing to jail three teenagers and a young adult on the grounds that they “wouldn’t cope in prison”.
Malala Yousafzai wins place at Oxford; to study philosophy, politics and economics
Nobel peace laureate Malala Yousafzai, who was shot by the Taliban for advocating education for girls in her native Pakistan has won a place to study at Oxford University.
Modern Art Oxford gallery celebrates golden jubilee
Modern Art Oxford gallery is celebrating its anniversary with a retrospective of its 50-year history.
Poor pupils 'more likely' to get Oxford interview
Pupils from disadvantaged backgrounds are more likely to get an interview at Oxford University, its head of admissions had said.
Shelley's lost poem acquired by Oxford University
A pamphlet containing a lost poem by prominent English poet during the era of Romanticism Percy Bysshe Shelley has been purchased by the University of Oxford.
HIV virus becoming less deadly and infectious
The HIV virus is slowly becoming less aggressive as it adapts to human’s immune systems, says a major scientific study.

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