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Oxford's academics are at the forefront of their respective fields – Oxford Thinkers gets their perspective on the current state of affairs in their area of expertise.
If someone had told me as an undergraduate that I would end up working as a medical sociologist on personal experiences of health and illness, I probably would not have believed it. Academic life takes you in directions you cannot always anticipate – and that is one of its joys.
Volconologist Dr Tamsin Mather on her research into volcanic activity and its effects on countries, people, and life itself.
80% of UK pollees think that biodiversity is a kind of washing powder, according to a recent BBC survey!
Dr Mark Moloney from the Department of Chemistry discusses his current work bringing together research chemistry with applied chemistry to create a new generation of antibacterials.