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New video from the Hydrogen Embrittlement of Steels Project, to which three St Anne’s academics contributed


The Hydrogen Embrittlement of Steels (HEMS) project was a consortium funded by the English Physical Science Research Council to study the damage caused to steels by exposure to hydrogen. Upon exposure to hydrogen steels demonstrate a dramatic decrease in their tensile strength and instead of bending and stretching, the steel “cracks” in a brittle fashion.

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Live talk and Q&A – An alternative history of Shakespeare’s blank verse

Music from St Anne’s in Lockdown

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St Anne’s Professor Antonious Tzanakopoulos and alumna Jo Delahunty, QC, win landmark Human Rights case


An important decision was handed down today by the High Court of England and Wales: for the first time, the Court allowed an application to go forward which will determine whether there is any incompatibility between the Vienna Convention on Diplomatic Relations and its provisions on immunity, and Art 3 of the European Convention of

Live talk and Q&A – Human Rights Implications of Covid-19

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St Anne’s welcomes Professor Kristen Kreider


We are delighted to announce the appointment of Kristen Kreider to a Professorship in Fine Art at the Ruskin School of Art and a Tutorial Fellowship at St Anne’s. For the next three years, Kristen will take on the role of Head of the Ruskin School.  Currently Professor of Fine Art and Director of the