Our case studies showcase academic research from across the Department that has had an impact on the world or local community, and feature some of our current academics, research staff, Alumni and students.
Collaboration with Oxford's Pitt Rivers Museum will allow antique instruments to ring out again.
Oxford University Spinout
Professor Yiannis Ventikos describes the drive for fusion as a method of power generation in the 32nd Jenkin lecture, as part of the Alumni Weekend 2019
Biomedical Image Analysis
A leading group of researchers have developed a new way to study bowel cancer samples using digital pathology images. This means the subtype of bowel cancer a patient has can be more easily identified to better understand how bowel cancer will grow and respond to treatment.
With energy supply responsible for 65% of global greenhouse gas emissions, the transition to renewable energy sources is a critical part of the fight against dangerous climate change. We have the resources and the technology – the challenge is creating a reliable supply of power, both for developed countries used to having electricity at the flick of a switch, and for developing nations for which a stable, affordable power supply is an essential foundation for economic growth.