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The Biology course at Oxford covers wide-ranging subject areas, from cellular to whole organism, woven together in an evolutionary framework, and explored with cross-disciplinary approaches. Students can choose to leave after three years and graduate with a BA, or, contingent on a satisfactory academic performance, they can continue to a fourth year and graduate with





Engineers study mathematics and physics in order to model, design, and build novel systems of benefit to mankind ― systems with scales ranging from the nanometres of quantum devices to the kilometres of chemical plants, and with a diversity spanning hypersonics to artificial intelligence, blood-flow to soil stability, and so on. The profession is extraordinarily



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SAS Oxford Branch AGM with guest speaker Helen Salisbury

Iris Murdoch: 100 Years of Memories (SAS South Branch)

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King, Helen


In 1986, after studying Philosophy, Politics and Economics at St Anne’s College, Oxford, Helen King joined the Cheshire Constabulary as a Police Constable. Over 19 years she worked her way from foot patrol in Chester City Centre through a wide range of uniformed and detective roles, including periods as a Senior Investigating Officer, Borough Commander