Attend an Event
If you have ever wondered what new discoveries are being made by researchers at the University of Oxford and how they will affect the world we live in, our public events may be just what you are looking for. The University runs a number of seminars, conferences and other events that will give you insights into key areas of research and allow you to contribute to important discussions about new discoveries and key social, economic and policy issues.
The University is closely involved in VentureFest; Oxfordshire’s annual business innovation networking event. This free, one-day event usually takes place at the Saïd Business School in June.
For more information about the 2013 Venturefest programme of events, click here.
Oxford at Saïd
The Oxford at Saïd seminars bring together leading academics from the University of Oxford to present their latest research to a non-specialist audience and discuss its impact on business and society. Each session features three speakers and a Q&A session, followed by a drinks reception. There is normally one event each Term. You can register for future updates on events here.
This seminar series is a joint venture between the Entrepreneurship Centre at the Saïd Business School, and the University’s Research Services Department.
Oxford Industry Forum
These are a series of events to engage the University with industry leaders to help solve global challenges. The first Oxford Industry Forum, Cities of the Future, focused on sustainable transport and was held at St Hilda’s College on 2 March 2011.
Industry attendees to Cities of the Future came from a wide range of companies including Shell, BAE Systems, Laing O’Rouke, BP, Siemens, Cisco, EDF Energy, RWE npower, Envitia, BWM, Atkins, Rolls Royce and many more.
Talks and Seminars
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See our new and events page for what is on.