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IF Oxford News

The latest news from IF Oxford.

Questioning the Colour of Science – IF Oxford in Black History Month

Scientific thinking isn’t just black and white: it encompasses every shade in-between and so do the researchers and inventors behind new discoveries and innovative thinking. As part of the IF… read more →

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From Frankenstein to Facebook

Artificial intelligence is the newest tool on the block for humans, and our use of new technologies that replicate or supersede the way we think and operate are likely to… read more →

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If Oxford: so what’s it all about?

First published in Round&About September 2018 You are invited to take part in a funky new festival this month, IF Oxford, which – following on from 25 years of the… read more →

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Science to surprise and entertain

First published in Ox Magazine  A new festival, IF Oxford, is coming to town next month (12-22 October) and it is designed for inquisitive minds of all ages taking a… read more →

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IF Oxford Provides Food For Thought

As IF Oxford comes to town next month (12-22 October), it’s a chance to savour some ideas about how food relates to your health and wildlife habitats at talks, workshops… read more →

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The Heavens Will Move With IF Oxford

Comedy, dance and performance art are a big part of IF Oxford, the new science and ideas festival that runs across the city from 12-22nd October. Comedian and broadcaster Rosie Wilby… read more →

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Choose your adventure

First published in Pick Magazine Like a butterfly from a caterpillar, the 25th Oxfordshire Science Festival has metamorphosed to emerge this autumn as IF Oxford (12th-22nd October). This Festival now… read more →

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Introducing IF Oxford

A new festival, IF Oxford, will take over Oxford city-centre for eleven days in October (12-22 October 2018), building on the legacy of the Oxfordshire Science Festival, with more than… read more →

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