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.
RE:TV Report - Reconsidering Renewables
Professor Doyne Farmer and Professor Cameron Hepburn talk to RE:TV about how new research is challenging assumptions around the cost of investing in clean energy.
Towards a sustainable plastic future: outreach and discussion
The Oxford Martin Programme on the Future of Plastics recently hosted a public panel discussion with experts from chemistry, environment, and law, on the challenges and opportunities in deploying future strategies for tackling the plastic waste problem.
COP 27: a tipping point in the global energy debate
University of Oxford and Harvard academics, politicians and energy industry players have come together to emphasise COP 27’s transformative power as the conversation about renewable energy changes.
Funding applications open for innovations to overcome major contemporary challenges
The Oxford Martin School has opened its latest round of funding, inviting Expressions of Interest for research to develop state-of-the-art innovations to overcome global challenges or to drive their deployment and adoption.
Decarbonising the energy system by 2050 could save trillions
Transitioning to a decarbonised energy system by around 2050 is expected to save the world at least $12 trillion compared to continuing our current levels of fossil fuel use.
Researchers honoured with Royal Society Awards
Professor Charlotte Williams OBE FRS and Professor Raymond Pierrehumbert FRS have both received prestigious medals from the Royal Society in recognition of their outstanding contributions to science.
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