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Spring statement: Welcome support for Ascension Island marine protection

The commitment to designate 443,000 sq km of Ascension Island's waters as a Marine Protected Area is encouraging.

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Evidence synthesis: being an 'honest broker' to policy makers

Oxford Martin Restatements provide a clear picture of the scientific evidence in areas of concern or controversy.

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Enabling targeted interventions for mosquito-borne diseases

A tool for public health officials uses statistical mapping to predict where key species will spread.

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Reinventing the antimicrobial pipeline

It is time to realise that the challenge of solving the global problem of AMR exceeds the capacity of commercial actors.

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Study suggests a key assumption of economic theory may be wrong

The concept of economic equilibrium may have serious problems, concludes INET Oxford.

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Rockefeller Foundation Economic Council on Planetary Health at the Oxford Martin School

This assembly of global experts demonstrate the economic and policy case for the emerging field of planetary health.

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What is the Oxford Martin School?

We are a world-leading centre of pioneering research that tackles urgent global challenges.

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