Whether you are a school student, teacher, parent, interested member of the public, or a scientist, there is something for you from all the physical, life and medical sciences.
There are hundreds of resources, including videos, science trails, activities to try at home, mobile phone apps, games, podcasts, virtual tours and plenty more!
Where did these animations come from?
Starting with the Large Hadron Collider, we're releasing one of these specially commissioned science animations every term. Each will focus on a different area of cutting edge science and be accompanied by a set of downloadable teacher's resources.
Go 'Into the Lab'
Get even closer to the action. If you work in science at Oxford, look into our blogging tools, designed to quickly get you up and running. Everyone has an interesting story to tell, whether you're a researcher or support staff.
Members of the public can read about research as it happens, and find out what's going on in Oxford science today.
'Meet the Scientists'
Read about what inspired people to get into science, what projects they've worked on, and their most important and exciting discoveries.
These are the people who are using the Large Hadron Collider to explore the origins of the Universe, investigating the world's most active and dangerous volcanoes, and trying to work out why some people struggle with language.
Here's how to join in:
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Or you can email the team at oxfordsparks AT mpls.ox.ac.uk