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Academic lemons versus mental resilience

Academic lemons versus mental resilience Claire-Marie Nuttegg Tue, 02/26/2019 - 12:48 Body Hi, pleased to meet you!Sometimes I think it’s so obvious that combining PhD life with personal life…

How to use punctuation: Part I & II

How to use punctuation: Part I & II Neha Vyas Thu, 02/21/2019 - 10:05 Read more about How to use punctuation: Part I & IICommentsWhy should you enroll? Go…

Black History Month: a reading list

February marks the celebration of Black History Month in the United States and Canada, an annual celebration of achievements by Black Americans and a time for recognizing the central role…

Congratulations to Cyberwar

Oxford University Press has won the 2018 R. R. Hawkins Award, which is awarded by the Association of American Publishers to a single book every year to “recognize outstanding…

Why some value safety, others value risk

No one has ever crossed the Antarctic by themselves and without help from other people or engines. To me, this is very unsurprising and uninteresting. No one (outside of…

Philosopher of the Month: Plato [infographic]

This February, the OUP Philosophy team honours Plato (c. 429 BC – c. 347 BC) as their Philosopher of the Month. Plato is recognised as one of the most influential figures…

The emerging scientific landscape of China

The emerging scientific landscape of China Andrea Hayward Wed, 02/20/2019 - 06:25 Body China with its unprecedented scientific and technological growth is now regarded as an emerging superpower. It…
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