The Ashmolean is the University of Oxford's museum of art and archaeology, founded in 1683. Its world famous collections range from Egyptian mummies to contemporary art, telling human stories across cultures and across time
The University's History of Science Museum houses a collection of early scientific instruments from Europe and the Islamic World, including sundials and astrolabes, as well as more modern objects, such as microscopes, scientific models, photographic and wireless equipment –and a blackboard still bearing calculations by Albert Einstein
The Department of Social Policy and Intervention is a multidisciplinary centre of excellence for research and teaching in social policy and the development and systematic evaluation of social interventions.
Quantum Controlled Ultrafast Multimode Entanglement and Measurement, or QCUMbER, is a multi-institution research project, involving six European research institutions from four countries. It's focus is the use of photons to realise technologies that harness the strange and powerful quantum features of light
The home of sport at the University, Oxford University Sport supports a wide range of sporting interests across three locations within the city: Iffley Road Sports Centre - the location of Sir Roger Bannister's record 4 minute mile, University Parks, Marston Road Sports Ground
One of Europe's leading economics departments, members include some of the world's most distinguished academic economists. The Department's programmes are internationally recognised for exceptional training and scholarship.
Invisible East is a research programme on the 8th-13th century Islamicate world in Iran, Afghanistan and Central Asia. They transcribe, translate and analyse some of the oldest texts in order to shed new light on political, financial and legal infrastructures, and religious diversity of the region.
The Museum holds an internationally-significant collection of natural history specimens and archives in a stunning example of neo-Gothic architecture. It is home to a lively programme of research, teaching and events focused on the sciences of the natural environment.
This highly interdisciplinary network brings together researchers from across the University's academic Divisions, GLAM, and a range of external partners and heritage professionals to address the big challenges facing heritage locally, nationally and internationally.