TABLE OF CONTENTS
Materials and coatings for smart buildings
Improving respiratory rate monitoring
MOFs - Metal-organic frameworks
Dye free imaging technique
The qubit coupler diﬀerence
Assessing the quality of biotherapeutics
Characterisation and control of materials
Biomarker for ovarian cancer
A scalable solution-based process for the production of powders and thin-films of thermochromic metal oxides.
A method to determine whether a waveform contains sufficient physiological information to estimate respiratory rate.
A synthetic protocol, which can access MOFs containing a range of guest species.
A novel technique for real-time visualisation of wave fronts in cardiac tissue cultures for the study of cardiotoxicity and arrhythmias.
Innovative circuit design that could be used as a building block for the next generation of quantum computers.
A technique to quantitatively assess the quality of glycosylated biotherapeutics.
A device to characterise deformation of materials whilst using a scanning electron microscope.
Taipei Medical University researchers have identified a DNA methylation biomarker for cancer detection or patient stratification.
Oxford University worth £7.1billion to world’s economy
As of 2015, OUI had helped create 136 high-tech companies based on University intellectual property with a combined turnover of £600m a year, providing 1,886 jobs and adding £132m a year to the local economy.
Oxford University leads national effort to save WW1 memories
Oxford University has launched a crowdfunding campaign for Lest We Forget (LWF), a project that will support local community endeavours to digitise memorabilia and personal accounts of World War One ahead of the 2018 centenary of Armistice Day.
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