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“Unhealthy Times of Kings and Queens” at the Bodleian

16 October 2018

It could be said that, over the centuries, England’s Kings and Queens were subjected to…

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Gaudy 2018: Watch the film

16 October 2018

Watch the short film which captures some highlights from the Gaudy celebration

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Dr Anna Beer asks: Sir Walter Ralegh, Patriot or Traitor?

09 October 2018

Visiting Fellow Dr Anna Beer is a leading expert on the life and works of…

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Kellogg Fellow Jeremy Howick Designs BBC Horizon’s Placebo Experiment

09 October 2018

Over the past 10 years Kellogg Fellow Dr Jeremy Howick has been investigating the rules of…

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Dr Ralph Walter appointed as Bynum Tudor Fellow

09 October 2018

Dr Ralph Walter has been elected as the Bynum Tudor Fellow of Kellogg College for the 2018-19 academic year.

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How can a Kellogg Travel Grant help your research?

26 September 2018

Eleni Papadopoulou (DPhil Obstetrics and Gynaecology) used her Travel Grant to help fund her attendance at the Gordon Research Seminar 2018.

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Kellogg introduces Meat Free Mondays

05 September 2018

Kellogg has introduced Meat Free Mondays, encouraging our members to skip meat for one day a week to improve their health and help the planet.

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Furthering MRI research with a Kellogg Travel Grant

19 July 2018

Istvan Huszar is currently studying Biomedical Imaging (EPSRC & MRC CDT), he was awarded a Kellogg Travel Grant in Trinity Term 2018.

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Meet your MCR President for 2018/19

17 July 2018

Alexander Copestake (DPhil Economics) has been elected as the new President of our Middle Common Room,…

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How IVF became a licence to print money

20 June 2018

Professor Carl Heneghan has been interviewed for The Guardian in an article investigating the regulation of private fertility clinics

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