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Academics say half of US jobs could be automated within a decade or two

A new machine, developed over fifteen years by scientists at Oxford University, was used to house the liver, mimicking the conditions in which it exists inside the human body

Human livers kept 'alive' out of body in donor breakthrough

Discovery by Oxford University scientists could double the number of the organs used for transplant

Nick Clegg said that Lord Rennard, left, resigned due to health reasons, but that allegations over inappropriate behaviour were 'in the background'

Lord Rennard scandal: Labour and Tories 'should expect harassment claims', warns Alison Smith

Former Lib Dem member, Alison Smith, says the Conservatives and Labour should brace themselves for similar complaints

All Souls College in Oxford University, one of the members of the Russell Group

Oxford university accused of institutional bias against ethnic minorities

Oxford University has been accused of 'institutional bias' following figures obtained from a Freedom of Information Act request by the Guardian.

Women's Minister Jo Swinson to face questions over 'not acting' on sexual harassment claims against former Lib Dem Chief Executive Lord Rennard

Former Lib Dem activist says Ms Swinson said she could not act on allegations because no one wanted to make a formal complaint

A medical technician works at the South African Tuberculosis Vaccine Initiative (SATVI) at Brewelskloof Hospital

Disappointment for British researchers as new TB vaccine ‘does little to protect children’

Hopes of wiping out pulmonary tuberculosis suffered a major setback today, as the most promising new vaccine was shown to do little to protect children.

Should the government give more help with postgraduate funding?

With all the furore surrounding undergraduate tuition fees, the crisis in postgraduate funding is going practically undetected - but it is a real and growing problem.

A student newspaper reveals the naughty times of politicians Maria Eagle and and Mark Fields at Oxford

Gove, Hague and Johnson feature in tales of Oxford hijinx found in student newspaper

Five-in-a-bed, 'nookie rooms' and midnight runs round medieval quads wearing little more than baby oil; the exploits of the country's current political elite in their undergraduate days at Oxford read more than a little bit like Brideshead Revisited. So it will come as no small embarrassment to them that it has all indeed been revisited.

The coming crisis in postgraduate funding

There is a significant and growing crisis in funding for postgraduate study in Britain, according to 11 university vice-chancellors.

President Asif Ali Zardari, left, widower of Benazir Bhutto, with his son and chairman of the People’s Party Bilawal

Hundreds of thousands turn out to see Pakistan's rising son

200,000 turn out to see Benazir Bhutto's heir take his first step on the path to political power

Englishman wakes up speaking Welsh after stroke

Rare brain disorder left English-speaking Alun Morgan only able to communicate in Welsh

Sir Richard Rodney Bennett, circa 1970

Award-winning composer of film scores Sir Richard Rodney Bennett passes away

Sir Richard Rodney Bennett, one of Britain’s most talented and versatile composers, has died at the age of 76. He is perhaps best known for his numerous film and television scores – for which he won a Bafta award and secured a series of Oscar nominations.

David Cameron: Labour is the party of 'unlimited welfare'

Prime Minister hit back after the Labour leader accused ministers of drawing up tax policies designed to benefit wealthy supporters

Teaching has changed – be part of it

There’s a new generation of top-class teachers who are giving a boost to vital EBacc subjects

Avian pox produces warts and stops great tits feeding properly

Great tit under threat from mosquito borne virus that is sweeping the country

Avian pox, which has spread among woodpigeons and house sparrows for a number of years, is now taking its toll of populations of the great tit

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A report finds that private firms are not being properly assessed for their quality of care
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Zac Goldsmith: 'I'll trigger a by-election over Heathrow'

The Tory MP said he did not want to stand again unless his party's manifesto ruled out a third runway. But he's doing so. Watch this space
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The wars that come back to haunt us

David Cameron should not escape blame for his role in conflicts that are still raging, argues Patrick Cockburn
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