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UK taking a big ‘STEP’ to fusion electricity at Culham

The UK Government is committing £220 million for the conceptual design of a fusion power station, the Spherical Tokamak for Energy Production (STEP), which will move the UK towards zero carbon, safe and abundant commercial fusion electricity. The Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial...

Oxford ranked world’s best university for fourth year running

The Times Higher Education (THE) World University Rankings have been unveiled for 2020, with data collected and considered from 1,400 institutions worldwide. The rankings are described as the only international league table to assess universities for all their activities including, teaching, research, citations, international outlook and...

Prime Minster hails ‘world-leading’ fusion research at Culham

Prime Minister Boris Johnson chose the UK Atomic Energy Authority (UKAEA) at Culham Science Centre, Oxfordshire to make his first science announcement, unveiling plans to  develop a new fast-track visa route for the brightest and best scientists to continue to move to the UK after...

Thames Valley SMEs benefit from BGF investment

Oxfordshire and Berkshire-based companies will be among 16 South East SMEs to benefit from a recently announced £137 million commitment from BGF (Business Growth Fund), an investment partner for growing companies in every sector of the economy. The pledge is part of a wider £2...

£4bn committed to University of Oxford in new partnership

A partnership and investment programme between the University of Oxford and Legal & General has recently been announced. Over a 10-year period, £4bn will see the master-planning and development of new homes at the number one university in the world, alongside the creation of science...

University of Oxford publishes new guide to Artificial Intelligence

The University of Oxford, one of the world’s leading centres for research and development, has published a new guide to AI. The publication describes how AI and machine learning techniques are allowing clinicians to diagnose more accurately conditions such as heart disease; how the banking...