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Sexing up the human pheromone story: How a corporation started a scientific myth

Emeritus Fellow Tristram Wyatt, a zoologist, writes about the myths and the science behind the search for human pheromones in an article for the Guardian, based on his paper published in Proceedings B: Tristram writes ‘…The birth place of the pheromone myth was a 1991 conference in Paris sponsored by a US corporation, EROX, which had an interest in patenting androstadienone and another molecule - estratetraenol, from women - as ‘human pheromones’.

George Leeson appointed Visiting Professor of Demography at the University of Guanajuato, Mexico

George Leeson, Senior Research Fellow and Co-Director of the Oxford Institute for Population Ageing, has been appointed Visiting Professor of Demography at the University of Guanajuato in Leon,  Mexico. George Leeson coordinates LARNA, the Latin American Research Network on Ageing.

Why the social sciences matter

Jonathan Michie, President and Professor of Innovation and Knowledge Exchange, has edited Why the Social Sciences Matter which is published by Palgrave.

More Farage, More Immigration

Senior Research Fellow Robin Cohen writes about UKIP's controlled immigration policies on the Kellogg Blog. Read the full article here.

Social innovation in contemporary urban change

Fellow, and University Lecturer in Sustainable Urban Development, David Howard was invited to speak at a seminar in celebration of World Cities Day 2014, hosted by the British Academy.
You can watch a film of highlights from the seminar including an interview with David Howard here.

Upcoming Events

Thu, 5 Mar: Creative Writing Seminar - The Medium of Poetry

Thu, 05/03/2015 - 5:30pm - 6:45pm
Emma Jones

All members of College, the University, and the public are welcome to join us for this seminar hosted by the Kellogg College Centre for Creative Writing.

Sat, 14 Mar: 25th Anniversary Foundation Dinner - Fully Booked

Sat, 14/03/2015 - 6:45pm - 9:30pm

Celebrate 25 years of Kellogg College at this special dinner. 

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