International Panel on the Information Environment launches at 2023 Nobel Prize Summit
This new, independent global science organisation is Co-founded and Chaired by Professor Philip Howard, Director of the Oxford Martin Programme on Misinformation, Science and Media. It is committed to providing actionable scientific knowledge about threats to the world’s information environment.
Professor Myles Allen elected to Royal Society
Professor Myles Allen has been named among eight members of the University of Oxford who have joined the Royal Society as Fellows.
Project aimed at helping farmers reduce their environmental impact receives funding boost
The HESTIA project, hosted between the Oxford Martin School and the Department of Biology, has received a donation from the Ardevora Charitable Trust. The funding will support research into the environmental impacts of arable farming and aquaculture, as well as pesticide toxicity
Professor Ricardo Soares de Oliveira awarded Senior Research Fellowship by The British Academy
The Director of the Oxford Martin Programme on African Governance is one of 11 British Academy/Leverhulme Senior Research Fellowship recipients for 2023
The global supply of Cyber Skills is not meeting demand
Managing cyber security risks is a complex endeavour due to the rising costs of investment in equipment, software, and cyber talent. A new Citi GPS Report, The Cyber Problem: Causes and Consequences of the Risk in Cyber Skill Demand, looks at the market failures involved.
“No more harm to nature”: citizens’ assembly calls for urgent change
The first ever UK-wide citizens’ assembly for nature has today published its recommendations for renewing and protecting our natural environment, calling for urgent and immediate action from every part of society.
UNDP and Oxford Martin Programme to host workshop on Adapting International Institutions
A new workshop aims to support the next generation of Human Development Research
Oxford Martin School project leads to £8.7m UKRI investment in energy demand observatory
The new Energy Demand Observatory and Laboratory (EDOL) will scale the use of household energy data to understand how, why, and when domestic activity is impacting energy demand and associated carbon emissions.
Dame Angela McLean announced as new UK Government Chief Scientific Advisor
Operation Pangolin launches to save world’s most trafficked wild mammal
Researchers and conservationists are embarking on a bold initiative to save the world’s most trafficked wild mammal — the pangolin.
Infection Inspection: you can help fight antimicrobial resistance
Peer through the microscope lens to help the Oxford Martin Programme on Antimicrobial Resistance Testing team spot antibiotic resistance!
Is the robot revolution compatible with maintaining workers livelihoods in the UK?
Robotic technology has revolutionised production and manufacturing sectors in industrialised nations, shaping the modern world over the last three decades.
Organisations must set bold targets for their catering in order to become “nature-positive”
Organisations making their catering more sustainable can make genuine positive contributions, though it will take extremely ambitious action to come close to fully mitigating biodiversity loss.
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