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Lecture given by Prof Denis Noble from the University of Oxford on his latest book, Dance to the Tune of Life, which radically threatens prevailing theories of ....

Prof Denis Noble - Dance to the Tune of Life Lecture

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Prof Denis Noble - Dance to the Tune of Life Lecture

Lecture given by Prof Denis Noble from the University of Oxford on his latest book, Dance to the Tune of Life, which radically threatens prevailing theories of ...

The Benefits of Mindfulness with Willem Kuyken

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The Benefits of Mindfulness with Willem Kuyken

If you've ever felt stressed, had difficulty sleeping or trouble fully relaxing, then mindfulness could be for you. Prof Willem Kuyken is Director of the Oxford ...

of Life Lecture - Denis Noble

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of Life Lecture - Denis Noble

Prof Denis Noble, University of Oxford presents a lecture on his book, The Music of Life. In it, he challenges some of the fundamental assumptions of ...

Dame Helen Ghosh - Welcome Message from the Master of Balliol College

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Dame Helen Ghosh - Welcome Message from the Master of Balliol College

Dame Helen Ghosh, Master of Balliol College, University of Oxford delivers a welcome message. She talks of her time as a student at the University of Oxford, ...

Age is just a number?

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Age is just a number?

Dr James Maynard, Fellow in Mathematics at Magdalen College, University of Oxford, talks informally to Director of Voices from Oxford, Dr Sung Hee Kim.

Chan Young Song - Joint Honours degree at Oxford University

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Chan Young Song  - Joint Honours degree  at Oxford University

Voices from Oxford interviews undergraduate student Chan Young Song about Joint Honours and the benefits of doing one. Chan Young Song studies Maths ...

Prof William James - Ewha Lecture at Dunn School of Pathology

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Prof William James - Ewha Lecture at Dunn School of Pathology

Prof William James, Professor of Virology, and Pro-Vice-Chancellor, University of Oxford delivers a lecture at the Sir William Dunn School of Pathology to ...

University of Oxford Hyperlapse

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University of Oxford Hyperlapse

Hyperlapse footage of the University of Oxford, featuring Balliol College and Exeter College, as well as iconic university buildings including the Radcliffe Camera ...

Sung Joo Kim on Business Women in Asia

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Sung Joo Kim on Business Women in Asia

Sung Joo Kim, Chairwoman and CEO of Sungjoo Group and MCM Holdings is interviewed by John Seung Yoon Lee, former President of the Oxford Union and ...

Prof Paul Newman - Driverless Cars

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Prof Paul Newman - Driverless Cars

Prof Paul Newman, Professor of Information Engineering at the University of Oxford is interviewed by Prof Denis Noble. They discuss how driverless cars are just ...

The Meaning of the 21st Century with Dr James Martin

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The Meaning of the 21st Century with Dr James Martin

Dr James Martin, Founder of the Oxford Martin School, University of Oxford discusses his book, The Meaning of the 21st Century. Interviewed by Prof Denis ...

Cynthia Kenyon - Life Extending Science

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Cynthia Kenyon - Life Extending Science

Dr Cynthia Kenyon is Vice President of Aging Research at Calico, a Google company dedicated to investigating the science of age and extending healthy long ...

Introductory

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Introductory

Prof Denis Noble, University of Oxford offers a brief insight into some of the videos produced by Voices from Oxford, including interviews with notable academics, ...

The Continuing Economic Decline of the West

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The Continuing Economic Decline of the West

Jon Moynihan, Executive Chairman of PA Consulting and Alumnus of Balliol College, University of Oxford delivers a lecture entitled The Continuing Economic ...

Prof Denis Noble: Kathy Wilkes Teleology and the Explanation of Behaviour

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Prof Denis Noble: Kathy Wilkes Teleology and the Explanation of Behaviour

Prof Denis Noble from the University of Oxford delivers a short lecture presentation for the Kathy Wilkes Memorial Conference held in St Hilda's College, ...

Daniel Tudor: Inside North Korea

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Daniel Tudor: Inside North Korea

Daniel Tudor is the former Korea correspondent for the Economist, as well as a prolific writer and author of three books on Korea. He shares his experience and ...

Balliol College 750th Anniversary Commemoration Ball

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Balliol College 750th Anniversary Commemoration Ball

Balliol College, University of Oxford was founded in 1263, and 2013 marks the 750th Anniversary. To celebrate this, a Commemoration Ball was held, attended ...

Mad to be Normal Q&A

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Mad to be Normal Q&A

Question and Answer Session at the University of Oxford's Medical Sciences Teaching Centre following a screening of Robert Mullan's film 'Mad to Be Normal'.

A View from Korea

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A View from Korea

Daniel Tudor, Korean Correspondent for the Economist and author of Korea: The Impossible Country is interviewed by Prof Colin Mayer from the Said Business ...

Dunn School Stem Cell Workshop

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Dunn School Stem Cell Workshop

Prof William James from the Sir William Dunn School of Pathology, University of Oxford, introduces a stem cell workshop held for pupils from three local ...

The Role of the Business School inside a Top University

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The Role of the Business School inside a Top University

Prof Peter Tufano, the new Peter Moores Dean of the Saïd Business School, University of Oxford in conversation with Prof Denis Noble. Prof Tufano discusses ...

Dr Bart Loeys - Loeys-Dietz Syndrome: The First 10 Years

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Dr Bart Loeys - Loeys-Dietz Syndrome: The First 10 Years

Dr Bart Loeys is a medical researcher at Antwerp University Hospital in Belgium. In 2005, together with his colleague Dr Hal Dietz, he discovered the gene ...

The Life and Studies of an Oxford Senior Organ Scholar

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The Life and Studies of an Oxford Senior Organ Scholar

Edward Howell, Senior Organ Scholar at Brasenose College, University of Oxford talks to Director of Voices from Oxford, Dr Sung Hee Kim. The interview starts ...

Los de qui cau performed by The Oxford Trobadors

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Los de qui cau performed by The Oxford Trobadors

Los de qui cau (Those who must) Nadau, arr Ray Noble The Oxford Trobadors These are my people (Que son los mens), those who till the earth, raise the ...

Encaenia - University of Oxford

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Encaenia  - University of Oxford

The annual celebration at the University of Oxford sees the Chancellor, Vice Chancellor and Heads of Colleges process through Radcliffe Square on their way to ...

Alan Rusbridger: Diversity at the University of Oxford

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Alan Rusbridger:  Diversity at the University of Oxford

Lady Margaret Hall, part of the University of Oxford recently launched a foundation year scheme in order to improve access to students from ethnic minority and ...

Dr Andrew Graham - Europaeum Scholars Programme

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Dr Andrew Graham - Europaeum Scholars Programme

Dr Andrew Graham, Executive Chair of the Europaeum discusses the organisation's new Scholars Programme with Prof William James, Professor of Virology at ...

Carol Robinsons with Sung Hee Kim

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Carol Robinsons  with Sung Hee Kim

Dame Carol Robinson, Professor of Chemistry at the University of Oxford talks to Director of Voices from Oxford, Dr Sung Hee Kim. They discuss Carol's unusual ...

Lesley Higgins - Gerard Manley Hopkins

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Lesley Higgins - Gerard Manley Hopkins

Prof Lesley Higgins from York University in Canada is interviewed about her research on 19th century poet Gerard Manley Hopkins. Having delved through the ...

George Westerman: Digital Transformation

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George Westerman: Digital Transformation

Dr George Westerman, Principal Research Scientist at MIT is interviewed by Voices from Oxford Director Dr Sung Hee Kim. He stresses the importance of paying ...

Science over Dinner - Prof Denis Noble and Prof Hagan Bayley

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Science over Dinner - Prof Denis Noble and Prof Hagan Bayley

Two University of Oxford professors discuss the current drastic changes occurring in evolutionary biology. Prof Denis Noble's new book, Dance to the Tune of ...

Alan Rusbridger - The Changing Media Landscape

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Alan Rusbridger - The Changing Media Landscape

Alan Rusbridger, Principal of Lady Margaret Hall at the University of Oxford and former Editor-in-Chief of the Guardian is interviewed by Prof William James from ...

Prof Philip Howard - Why the Internet is Broken and How to Fix it

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Prof Philip Howard - Why the Internet is Broken and How to Fix it

Prof Philip Howard is the Director of the Oxford Internet Institute (OII) at the University of Oxford, as well as a Professorial Fellow at Balliol College. Here he talks ...

How do we resist new forms of government control? - Europaeum 25th Anniversary

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How do we resist new forms of government control? - Europaeum 25th Anniversary

Session 2 of the Europaeum's 25th Anniversary Celebrations held in St Antony's College at the University of Oxford. The following participants spoke about 'How ...

Oxford Christmas Market

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Oxford Christmas Market

The Oxford Christmas Market in full swing, showcasing the lovely atmosphere that surrounds the stalls and customers. It brings a warm and christmassy feeling ...

Prof David Cranston - The Changing Face of Medicine

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Prof David Cranston - The Changing Face of Medicine

Prof David Cranston, Associate Professor of Surgery at the University of Oxford speaks with Prof Denis Noble. They consider whether changes in medicine over ...

Ngaire Woods: The Blavatnik School of Government University of Oxford

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Ngaire Woods:  The Blavatnik School of Government University of Oxford

Prof Ngaire Woods, Dean of the Blavatnik School of Government, University of Oxford is interviewed by Director of Voices from Oxford, Dr Sung Hee Kim.

David Wark - Mysterious Neutrinos

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David Wark - Mysterious Neutrinos

Prof David Wark, Professor of Experimental Particle Physics at the University of Oxford delves into the mysterious world of neutrinos, and their role as ...

The Literature of Medieval Japan

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The Literature of Medieval Japan

The Tale of Genji is Japan's most famous medieval literary text, perhaps the equivalent of Chaucer's Canterbury Tales. It was written by a woman, and like many ...

Se canta performed by the Oxford Trobadors

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Se canta performed by the Oxford Trobadors

Se canta (It's singing) Traditional, c. 14th century The Oxford Trobadors It's singing, ever singing (se canta que canta) This is THE traditional occitan song, ...

Business in the 21st Century with Prof Colin Mayer Said Business School University of Oxford

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Business in the 21st Century with Prof Colin Mayer Said Business School University of Oxford

Colin Mayer is the Peter Moores Professor of Management Studies at Said Business School (SBS) and he was the Dean at the Saïd Business School, University ...

Prof Hagan Bayley - Science and Careers for Ewha Woman’s University

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Prof Hagan Bayley - Science and Careers for Ewha Woman’s University

Prof Hagan Bayley, Professor of Chemical Biology at the University of Oxford delivers a talk to students from Ewha Woman's University based in Seoul, South ...

William James - Advice to Young People

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William James - Advice to Young People

Prof William James from the University of Oxford offers advice and guidance to young people who are thinking of careers in science. He highlights what a ...

Anna Sehnalova and Rachael Griffiths - Oral History of Tibetan Studies

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Anna Sehnalova and Rachael Griffiths - Oral History of Tibetan Studies

The discipline of Tibetan Studies originated in the 1960s and 1970s. Its name was coined and the first international association established at a 1979 ...

Prof Ngaire Woods - Advice to Young People: Political Change

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Prof Ngaire Woods - Advice to Young People: Political Change

Prof Ngaire Woods, Dean of the Blavatnik School of Government at the University of Oxford offers her advice to young people on making a difference in the world ...

The Universe and You

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The Universe and You

Prof Denis Noble from the University of Oxford delivers a fascinating talk titled 'The Universe and You'. He looks up to the heavens and down to within our cells ...

Carol Robinsons with Denis Noble

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Carol Robinsons  with Denis Noble

Dame Carol Robinson, Professor of Chemistry talks to Prof Denis Noble, both academics at the University of Oxford. They discuss Carol's current research work ...

Lord Patten on the current UK Brexit shambles

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Lord Patten on the current UK Brexit shambles

The Chancellor of the University of Oxford, Lord Chris Patten gives his strong views on Brexit, and the current political impasse days after PM Theresa May's plan ...

Miroslawa Alunowska Figueroa: From studying water to rowing on the river

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Miroslawa Alunowska Figueroa: From studying water to rowing on the river

Miroslawa Alunowska Figueroa talks to Director of Voices from Oxford, Dr Sung Hee Kim about her time studying for a PhD at the University of Oxford. Originally ...

Ferdinand Rauch - The Economic Geography of Cities

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Ferdinand Rauch - The Economic Geography of Cities

Dr Ferdinand Rauch, tutor in economics at Brasenose College, University of Oxford is interviewed by Prof Denis Noble, University of Oxford. They discuss his ...