There’s good news and bad news in parallels from the 1930s, warns Professor Margaret MacMillan, outgoing Warden at St Antony’s College
Women victims of the Final Solution have been silenced first by the Nazis, then by history, argues a compelling new book reviewed by Olivia Gordon (p49)
Olivia Gordon visits Lady Margaret Hall to learn about a new scheme making the college more accessible to disadvantaged students (feature starts p31)
Cardiac surgeons at the University of Bonn have invented a new device for treating mitral regurgitation, which they hope could save lives in the future…
Research has uncovered thousands of previously unpublished images in the University’s photo archives — subject of an international conference this week.
Oxford’s historic links with an iconic bird have earned it the status of England’s first ‘swift city’ for a mass-observation project this summer. Starting next month, when swifts migrate back to Britain to nest and breed after spending the winter flying in Africa, volunteer observers will watch and listen for these endangered birds.
With a blue paper sheet covering her pubic hair, a 30-year-old woman is lying naked from the waist down, with her legs spread open on an examination couch in a hospital room. A trainee doctor opens her vagina with a speculum and gazes inside to find the cervix. But this is no ordinary pap smear. […]
For the latest issue of Healthy, I spoke to a kidney donor and recipient, as well as a consultant transplant surgeon. Please click on the link below to read a PDF of the piece. 82-83_H133_WhatItFeelsLikeFIN
In this month’s column I wrote about the way children learn from YouTube.
The stress premature babies experience in neonatal units can have lasting effects. But at University College London Hospital, nurses trained in the NIDCAP approach are guided by babies’ cues and prioritise their comfort…
Author photographs: Nina Hollington ThemeShopy