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# Episode Title Description People Date
1 Mass spectrometry: how does it work, and why should you care? From cutting-edge cancer research to sustainable fish farming, Dr James McCullagh explains the importance of mass spectrometry. James McCullagh 19 Jun 2014
2 Conclusion: Inspired by Nature The current energy crisis is a time of intense challenges but also of opportunities for fantastic science and innovative ideas. Alex T. Vai 19 Jul 2013
3 Artificial Photosynthesis - From Photon to Fuel Andrea Bachmeier, a DPhil student in the Armstrong Group, is helping to create a fully integrated artificial photosynthesis (APS) system which could be much more efficient at turning sunlight into fuel than living systems. Andreas Bachmeier 19 Jul 2013
4 Enzymes as Fuel Producers Growing energy demand worldwide is a crucial challenge for chemists. Suzannah Hexter, Armstrong Group, shows how, with the help of enzymes, the principles of photosynthesis may be artificially exploited and improved to provide a clean energy resource. Suzannah Hexter 19 Jul 2013
5 Introduction to Solar Fuels In an 'Oxford tutorial' style podcast, Professor Fraser Armstrong introduces the concept of artificial photosynthesis: coupling a light harvesting material with a fuel producer in order to generate storable energy from sunlight. Fraser Armstrong 19 Jul 2013
6 Gender and Transport, the Neglected Dimension: Social inclusion, access and sustainable urban mobility Professor Margaret Grieco, Edinburgh Napier University, delivers a seminar as part of the 'Socio-spatial inequalities, transport and mobilities' seminar series held in the Transport Studies Unit during Hilary Term 2012. Margaret Grieco 11 Apr 2012
7 Norman Foster: Symposium on the Future of Cities - Discussion and Concluding Remarks Discussion and concluding remarks from Lord Foster to end the half-day symposium on the future of cities. John Ockendon, Malcolm McCulloch, Steve Rayner, David Banister 02 Feb 2011
8 Norman Foster: Symposium on the Future of Cities This half-day symposium, convened by the School of Geography and the Environment, addresses themes arising from Lord Foster's lecture, focusing on the city of the future and includes internationally distinguished panelists from Oxford and beyond. John Ockendon, Malcolm McCulloch, Steve Rayner, David Banister 02 Feb 2011
9 Creative Commons Norman Foster: Lecture Lord Foster delivers his inaugural lecture as Humanitas Visiting Professor of Architecture at the University of Oxford, asking how do we sustainably accommodate larger populations in cities in a way that does not recklessly deplete natural resources? Norman Foster 02 Feb 2011