Creatures, Coral and Conservation
‘The World Beneath: The Life and Times of Unknown Sea Creatures and Coral Reefs’ is an informative title introducing us to the creatures of the sea – some of which are facing extinction – and the ways in which we can help. We speak to the author, Richard Smith, to find out more
We talk to Adam Lowe, AKA Beyoncé Holes, about slang, Spectrums and Serious Drag...
We speak to Leslie Walker of The Oxford Artisan Distillery, ahead of its virtual appearance at IF Oxford, where he and master distiller Cory Mason will explore the wonders of gin.
Bringing the social sciences to the larger public
Using Greek Mythology as a lens to view the world of politics...
Learn about the ways in which diamond’s properties stretch far beyond their aesthetic appeal.
Oxford and Oxfordshire are internationally-renowned for world-class science and here, during IF Oxford, the science and ideas Festival, we explore two cutting edge labs as
Beachborough Prep School’s continued development and investment in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) has been a great help to its pupils and the wider community, especially
How and why did an 18th century debate reappear this year? In 1755, the Lisbon earthquake killed thousands, causing philosophers, scientists, and priests to question who is
The lavishly illustrated Temple of Science sets out the history of the campaign to build the museum before taking the reader on a tour of art in the museum itself. Here, its author John Holmes, professor of Victorian literature and culture at University of Birmingham, tells us more.