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Title: Oxford Martin School | University of Oxford
Description: The Oxford Martin School at the University of Oxford - Research, policy and debate for a more sustainable and inclusive future
Keywords: oxford, oxford university, oxford martin school, cross cutting, interdisciplinary, research
Texto: Oxford Martin School | University of Oxford About Programmes Publications News Events People Contact Environment Health Society Economics Search Finding Solutions To The World’s Most Urgent Challenges The Oxford Martin School brings together the best minds from different fields to tackle the most pressing issues of the 21st century. Find out more Environment Health Economics Society COVID-19: our research Many of the Oxford Martin School’s researchers are involved in the urgent global effort to understand novel coronavirus (COVID-19) and its health, economic and social impacts. Some of our leading researchers are also involved in the UK government response to the pandemic. Find out more Latest from the school Five new programmes will explore technological solutions to global challenges News - 24th June 2020 Researchers providing vital public information in the fight against COVID-19 Oxford Martin School researchers played a key role in contributing scientific research for ‘Coronavirus: The Science Explained’, a website created by UK Research & Innovation (UKRI). News - 23rd June 2020 Experts defend safety of reusables during COVID-19 pandemic Academics including Professor Charlotte Williams, one of the Oxford Martin Programme on the Future of Plastics’ lead researchers, have sought to reassure the public that reusable containers are safe to use during the current Covid-19 pandemic. News - 22nd June 2020 Planetary alignment for global Net Zero Next year will see an alignment of three of the big planetary bodies of diplomatic summitry – the UNFCCC’s Conference of the Parties (COP26), the G7 and the G20. Blog - 22nd June 2020 New report shows that COVID-19 has accelerated the shift to remote working The fifth edition in the Citi GPS Technology at Work series, A New World of Remote Work, looks at how COVID 19 fast-forwarded existing trends and quantifies the possible impact of these trends on the future of work. News - 22nd June 2020 Cold chains can help mitigate the COVID-19 food crisis: key lessons from Uganda Blog - 19th June 2020 Challenging Circumstances: we need international guidelines for human infection studies Would you be willing to infect yourself with coronavirus to test a vaccine? Blog - 9th June 2020 More sustainable plastics are within our grasp, but more research is needed - report News - 3rd June 2020 Events View all Prof Chris Dye & Prof David Heymann in conversation: "Preventing and controlling pandemics: from SARS to COVID-19" Events - 13th July 2020 'Electric Vehicles: broadening access and supporting electricity networks' with Sivapriya Mothilal Bhagavathy & Esther Dudek In this webinar, Sivapriya Mothilal Bhagavathy (Priya) and Esther Dudek will talk about electric vehicles (EVs), charging them, and the effect of this on the electricity network. Helen Gavin will host the webinar. Events - 15th July 2020 Prof Joseph Stiglitz & Prof Ian Goldin in conversation: "Policies for the post-COVID world" In response to the devastation caused by COVID-19, governments & businesses around the world need to adopt new policies which prioritise people and our planet. Events - 15th July 2020 About The Oxford Martin School This century, specifically the next few decades, is a critical turning point for humanity. Our community of more than 200 academics, work across more than 30 programmes of solutions-focused, pioneering research. We support novel and high-risk projects that often do not fit within conventional funding channels, with the belief that breaking boundaries and innovative collaborations can help to solve the most pressing global challenges of our time. Find out more Programmes View all Sustainable Oceans Find out more Global Development Find out more Illegal Wildlife Trade Find out more Technological & Economic Change Find out more Deep Medicine Find out more Climate Pollutants Find out more Misinformation, Science and Media Find out more Pandemic Genomics Find out more Planetary Health Find out more

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