Tagged: Oxford

Oxford COVID vaccine authorised in the UK – global health expert on why this is a key moment - COVID-19

Guest Author Jan 05, 2021

Michael Head, University of Southampton The UK has become the first country to authorise the Oxford-AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine for public use, with roll-out to start in the first week of 2021. This vaccine is the second to be authorised in the UK – following the Pfizer vaccine. The British government has ordered 100 million doses of the … Read More

Thin Ice: what polar science is telling us about climate - Hot Topic

Gareth Renowden Jun 30, 2014

This guest post is by professor Peter Barrett, executive producer, and Suze Keith, marketing advisor for Thin Ice. Scientists can tell human stories about climate change, and a group of us have been working on just that for the last few years. We’ve produced a film — Thin Ice – the inside story of climate […] … Read More

More Monckton invention: what Myles Allen didn’t say - Hot Topic

Gareth Renowden Apr 11, 2013

Poor old Chris. The discount Viscount has not been having a happy time with the New Zealand press, as my Sciblogs colleague Peter Griffin noted in Monckton’s nightmare week in New Zealand last week. According to the Waikato TImes, he may even be about to hang up his sceptic spurs1. He was given a much [...] … Read More

Concern over William Lane Craig’s justification of biblical genocide - Open Parachute

Ken Perrott Oct 30, 2011

William Lane Craig went ahead with his “empty chair for Dawkins” stunt in his Oxford appearance. While many of his fans loved the trick, Craig didn’t get off unharmed by his stalking of Richard Dawkins. Obviously some of Craig’s fans … Continue reading → … Read More