"Savanna ecosystems of the Indian region: biogeography, history and current day ecology" by Dr Jayashree Ratnam
29 Jul 2015 16:00This lecture is hosted by the Oxford Centre for Tropical Forests, an Oxford Martin School Centre Speaker: Jayashree Ratnam PhD, Senior Fellow and Instructor, National Centre for Biological ...
19 Oct 2015 17:00 | Registration RequiredThis book talk is hosted by the Oxford Martin School and the Environmental Change Institute, University of Oxford The risks of climate change are potentially immense. The benefits of taking acti...
21 Oct 2015 15:00This seminar is hosted by The Institute for New Economic Thinking at the Oxford Martin School Speaker: Dr Cornelia Metzig, Imperial College London Abstract: Cornelia will ...
27 Oct 2015 17:00 | Registration RequiredThis lecture is hosted by the Oxford Martin School and the Oxford Martin Programme on Vaccines In 1967, following an extended period of spectacular success and optimism in the Pharmacuticals ind...
03 Nov 2015 17:00 | Registration RequiredMany see this December's UN conference in Paris as our last chance to secure a binding multilateral agreement that can prevent dangerous climate change. But after the curtain comes down on...
"The future of the professions: how technology will transform the work of human experts" by Richard Susskind and Daniel Susskind
04 Nov 2015 17:00 | Registration RequiredThis book talk is hosted by the Oxford Martin School and the Oxford Internet Institute This book predicts the decline of today's professions and describes the people and systems that will re...
"Humans need not apply: a guide to wealth and work in the age of artificial intelligence" by Jerry Kaplan
16 Nov 2015 17:30 | Registration RequiredThis book talk is hosted by the Oxford Martin School and the Oxford Martin Programme on Technology and Employment Humans Need Not Apply is a call to arms for the age of artificially intelligent ...
18 Nov 2015 12:15 | Registration RequiredGlobal financial regulation has been focused since 2008 on restoring stability to financial markets and institutions. While this objective has been largely achieved, a number of elements show that ...