I live in Oxfordshire and since the young age of 13, I’ve been working locally in the area too! My first work experience was having a paper round and helping out in the village football field tuck shop on Saturdays!
Thames Valley lawyers from Blake Morgan are celebrating success in the 2023 edition of the prestigious Chambers & Partners Guide, which recognises and recommends the best-performing lawyers and legal firms across the UK. 10 of the firm’s teams based in the Thames Valley were selected for praise in the Guide, along with 20 individual lawyers – showcasing the firm’s wide range of specialisms and excellent client service.
Academics from three UK universities, including Oxford Brookes University, have been awarded £1.2million for a research project which will develop new additive manufacturing aluminium alloys which will revolutionise how products are designed and manufactured.
Oxford Brookes University has today unveiled its new fully immersive Virtual Reality Cave, the first in the UK that can be used to experience two different dynamic perspectives of a 3-D landscape simultaneously.
A unique, intimate setting, a roaring log fire, seasonal menus and fine wines, The Yurt restaurant at Nicholsons provides the perfect festive experience to celebrate Christmas with your colleagues and clients.
The Insolvency Service is a government agency that provides services to those affected by financial distress or failure. The Insolvency Service operates as an executive agency of the Department of Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS).
Professor Lucy Vickers, Head of the School of Law at Oxford Brookes has been elected to serve as President of the Society of Legal Scholars, effective from 1 October 2022-2023. The Society of Legal Scholars is the largest learned society of legal academics in the United Kingdom and Ireland.
Activate Learning is delighted to announce it has been selected as the lead college to deliver a range of education programmes to improve and upskill people in key areas across Oxfordshire and Berkshire.
Oxfordshire County Council has launched its first draft area travel plan for public feedback following the adoption of its county-wide transport and connectivity plan, last month – and the county’s businesses are being encouraged to have their say.
The Department for Transport today (17 August) confirmed it has awarded £78.6m to Network Rail to support the redevelopment of Oxford station and railway, helping provide a bigger and better station, more services for passengers and freight, and improved journey times for passengers in the future.
The property of zero electrical resistance in some substances at very low absolute temperatures, ‘superconductivity’ sees the conductivity of materials become such that when an electric current is passed through a loop of such a superconductor, the electric current will keep flowing through it indefinitely without any need of a power supply – thus leading to the creation of self-sustaining energy sources.
After a whole month without events in August and just the one in July (although it was a big one!), B4 events return in September with something for everyone. But let’s take the opportunity to look back over some of the highlights of an early summer with B4.