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07 Nov 2018
"The effects of meat and dairy on population health, the economy, society and the environment" - A multi-disciplinary research conference
09 Oct 2018
"How science got women wrong" with Angela Saini
23 Aug 2018
"Lessons from the past: archaeology, anthropology and the future of food" - Conference
14 Jun 2018
"Creating opportunities to think deeply about science" - Panel Discussion
14 Jun 2018
'Child poverty and later livelihoods' with Dr Paul Dornan
13 Jun 2018
"The Ethiopian developmental state: a view from the inside" with Ato Newai Gebre-ab
13 Jun 2018
INSIS Workshop: 'Lessons and legacies of the Zika emergency'
12 Jun 2018
"Taming the sun: innovations to harness solar energy and power the planet" with Dr Varun Sivaram
12 Jun 2018
INSIS Workshop: 'Community participation in the control of disease vectors: Old questions, new approaches'
07 Jun 2018
“Governments across Europe need to be more candid with their citizens" with Dr Robin Niblett
07 Jun 2018
'Ageing and age disaggregated statistics: what, why and when?' with Richard Pereira
31 May 2018
"Stats and studies are not enough: how to gain people's trust in scientific authority" with Nicky Hawkins
31 May 2018
'SDGs and multidimensional poverty measurement: methodology and data challenges' with Dr Sabina Alkire
24 May 2018
"Putting science at the heart of society and culture" - Panel Discussion
24 May 2018
'Wrong inputs and wrong assumptions? Why governments must take ageing and older people into consideration to achieve the SDGs' with Ken Bluestone
23 May 2018
"The digital revolution and the distribution of income" with Prof Jeffrey D. Sachs
23 May 2018
'Coercive trade agreements for supplying global public goods' with Astrid Dannenberg
21 May 2018
"Challenges on the freshwater availability and climate extremes for the Ganges-Brahmaputra-Meghna rivers" with Prof A.K.M. Saiful Islam
17 May 2018
“Science on the front line: getting good quality evidence into the news" with Fiona Fox
17 May 2018
'Why is it important to end violence against children? SDG outcomes across the life- course' with Dr Franziska Meinck
17 May 2018
'Reconceiving climate action as the fractal politics of decarbonisation' with Professor Matthew Hoffmann
10 May 2018
Science and Populism: from evidence to narrative
10 May 2018
"Government needs to get better at policy-making; more open and connected with people" with Dr Andrea Siodmok
10 May 2018
'SDGs, gender and rights' with Prof Sandra Fredman
03 May 2018
'SDG 3: Healthy ageing and the need for long-term care systems' with Prof Anne-Margriet Pot
02 May 2018
"Planetary health: does our planet have boundaries?" with Prof Yadvinder Malhi and Kate Raworth
01 May 2018
“Organic chemistry’s role in the future of screens and energy conversion” with Prof Seth Marder
30 Apr 2018
"Climate change: past, present and future" with Prof Sir David Hendry
27 Apr 2018
"Deep water, shallow understanding: managing the risk from sea level rise" with Prof Michael Oppenheimer
26 Apr 2018
OIPA Trinity Term Series: Leave no one behind - sustainable development goals, ageing and global development
26 Apr 2018
'Older people and the SDGs: strategies for visibility and inclusion' with Sylvia Beales
12 Apr 2018
'Temporal coding-induced synaptic plasticity determines clock-driven sleep quality' with Mark Wu
09 Apr 2018
"Data for one planet Living" - Panel discussion
06 Apr 2018
'Self-tuning neurons, firing rate homeostasis, and sleep/wake states' with Gina Turrigiano
26 Mar 2018
"Specific impairments of consolidation, reconsolidation and long-term memory maintenance lead to memory erasure. Targeting memories as a new therapeutic approach to psychopathologies" with Prof Karim Nader
23 Mar 2018
"Antarctica, the battle for the seventh continent" with Dr Doaa Abdel-Motaal
22 Mar 2018
"The Immune System: A Very Short Introduction" with Prof Paul Klenerman
22 Mar 2018
"Applied mathematics: a very short introduction" with Prof Alain Goriely
20 Mar 2018
"Development: A Very Short Introduction" with Prof Ian Goldin
20 Mar 2018
"Globalisation: a beast without a nation?" with Prof Ian Goldin and Stephen King, Chaired by Will Hutton
19 Mar 2018
"Children of austerity: impact of the great recession" with Prof Brian Nolan
17 Mar 2018
"Are we living in a second renaissance?" with Prof Ian Goldin - SOLD OUT
17 Mar 2018
Oxford Martin School at the FT Weekend Oxford Literary Festival 2018
09 Mar 2018
'Congo's hidden peatlands' with Prof Simon Lewis
08 Mar 2018
"Planetary health: is human health at risk in the Anthropocene?" with Sir Andrew Haines
08 Mar 2018
"The role of population policies in addressing ageing in the BRICS countries" with Prof Asghar Zaidi
07 Mar 2018
"Digital food activism" Book Launch
07 Mar 2018
'Tracing food digitally: Digital methods and their implications for social science research' - Workshop
07 Mar 2018
"The post-truth condition: why we've always been there and why it's unlikely to go away soon" with Steve Fuller
07 Mar 2018
'Time units for learning and their implementation through neuronal assemblies' with Pico Caroni
02 Mar 2018
LMH Heron Allen Lecture: 'Wolves, lions, social justice and the ethics of conservation' with Prof John Vucetich
02 Mar 2018
"Historical fire in Amazonia: charcoal, forest composition, and functional traits" with Dr Ted Feldpausch
01 Mar 2018
"Health, well-being and the growing challenge of chronic disease: the case of elderly Russians ” with Prof Christopher Gerry
27 Feb 2018
"The black hole of finance: creation and destruction in life, the economy, and the universe" with Prof Seth Lloyd
27 Feb 2018
"The genie out of the bottle? Data valuation and circulation challenges for participatory research" with Niccolo Tempini
22 Feb 2018
"The elderly in South Korea and North Korea during war and peace, and challenges posed by unification" with Prof Jay Lewis & Prof Christopher Davis
20 Feb 2018
'The Wonder Dialogues: Vibration in Nature' with Sonia Contera and Caspar Henderson
20 Feb 2018
"Uncomfortable knowledge for science" with Jerome Ravetz
16 Feb 2018
"Surviving the Anthropocene: a story of biological gains as well as losses" with Prof Chris Thomas
15 Feb 2018
"The growing and ageing population: Implications and solutions" with Prof Sarah Harper
14 Feb 2018
"Antibiotics: to regulate or not?" with Prof Steven Hoffman and Prof Julian Savulescu
13 Feb 2018
"Creating citizen STS: science, fiction and the future of the 20th Century" with Amanda Rees
09 Feb 2018
"Interrogating the governance landscape of mangrove forests in Kenya and Zanzibar: implications of complexity and fragmentation" with Dr Fiona Nunan
08 Feb 2018
"Prospects for new tools to control malaria" with Prof Kevin Marsh
07 Feb 2018
"Innovating food systems to respond to rapid global changes" with Dr Shenggen Fan
06 Feb 2018
"How should we study truth?" with Lisa Stampnitzky
02 Feb 2018
"The power of recombination to create innovation" with Prof Andreas Wagner
01 Feb 2018
"Transforming drug discovery – the pathway to innovation" with Prof Chas Bountra & Dr Wen Hwa Lee
01 Feb 2018
"Ageing in rural China: migration and care circulation" with Dr Jieyu Liu
30 Jan 2018
"Intelligence-led forensic science: combatting the illegal ivory trade amidst a burgeoning world market" with Dr Samuel Wasser
30 Jan 2018
"Political lives of anticipation: weather, climate and water knowledge in Belize" with Sophie Haines
26 Jan 2018
"Biofuel energy, capital time, and the destruction of Borneo: an ethical perspective" with Prof Michael Northcott
26 Jan 2018
"The economic benefits of a neural circuit motif" with Prof Simon Laughlin
25 Jan 2018
Health: fresh perspectives
25 Jan 2018
"AI in Healthcare" with Prof David Clifton
25 Jan 2018
"The depopulation dividend in Japan: the impacts of population decline and ageing on society and the environment" with Dr Peter Matanle
23 Jan 2018
"What was sociology?" with Des Fitzgerald
19 Jan 2018
"The effects of warming on the performance of tropical trees, from minutes to centuries" with Martijn Slot
18 Jan 2018
OIPA Hilary Term 2018 Seminar Series: "Population ageing in countries that have experienced war, revolution, and economic transition"
18 Jan 2018
"International comparison of the impacts of war, revolution, and economic transition on the elderly: China, Japan, Korea (North and South), and Russia’