A pioneering measurement system that assesses communication patterns has been developed in a consultancy project between an Oxford linguistics expert and a global strategic communications consultancy.
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Consulting Services enables Oxford University academics and departments to share their knowledge and facilities with government, industry and the public sector, to drive change and make a direct impact on society.
GroWISE’s ‘Curious about Consultancy’ Lunch & Learn Masterclass 2023
An inaugural collaborative consultancy masterclass for women in STEM took place in June 2023: Oxford University Innovation’s Consulting Services and Cambridge Enterprises’s Consultancy Services joined forces to present opportunities in consultancy for GroWISE.
Oxford-NHS Study validates GE Healthcare AI medical software for assisting in the diagnosis of collapsed lung
A study by Oxford clinicians has highlighted the advantages of using a software tool to support decision-making and provide patient benefit.
Physics and… Chicken Coops?
Physics and chicken coops? Yes, you read that right. The Department of Physics at the University of Oxford is using their expertise to answer a question about the temperature inside a chicken coop on a hot day.
Oxford University programme improves children’s Mathematical Reasoning
Many children struggle with numeracy (mathematics), and fall behind their classmates at school. A programme being rolled out by consultants from Oxford University is helping Year 2 children make an additional three months’ progress in mathematical development in comparison to children who did not use the programme.
Towards Fusion Energy: The Contribution of Ten Years of Materials Consultancy for the Development of a Start-Up Company
Oxford academics assist Japan’s Shimane University to develop world-class engineering centre
Four academics from the University of Oxford provided advice and expertise to Shimane University in Japan in support of the establishment of a world-class engineering centre.