19 May 2023
As part of the Scientists in Schools programme, Dr Carol Leung and Oliver Featherstone give talks to students on their work in cancer research.
23 November 2022
Parinaz shared insights into her career during the Science Oxford event recognising outstanding Year 13 STEM students in Oxfordshire and Buckinghamshire
2 August 2022
On Saturday 30th July, PhD student Hannah Fuchs gave a soapbox talk on plant-derived cancer treatments.
28 June 2022
On Sunday 19th June, the Ludwig Oxford team took on the London to Brighton cycle challenge to help raise more than £2.8 million for the British Heart Foundation.
9 August 2021
Claudia Zagami from the Boccellato lab was selected to give a talk on 3D tissue models for studying disease.
18 August 2020
Ludwig Oxford's Dr Tammie Bishop organised a week of work experience for fifteen year 12 students in collaboration with the Magdalen Outreach Team.
23 December 2019
Staff and students from the Old Road Campus Research Building, the NDM Research Building and the Kennedy Institute raised £750 for Sobell House in the Christmas raffle organised by Ludwig Oxford’s laboratory manager Dr Stan Ng. Thanks to all contributors and corporate donors Eppendorf UK, Thermofisher and Promega UK!
21 December 2018
Staff and students from NDM, Oncology, IBME and NDORMS raised £700 for Sobell House in the Christmas raffle organised by our laboratories manager Dr Stan Ng. Thanks to all contributors and corporate donors Eppendorf UK, SLS, NEBiolabs UK and Promega UK!
29 November 2018
Three researchers from Ludwig Oxford ran a science workshop for pupils aged 9-11 at St Mary Abbots Primary School. Tammie Bishop, Olivia Lombardi and Virginia Schmid taught the children about DNA biology, mutations and inheritance. The workshop was very successful with one teacher reporting that it was the ‘talk of the town amongst the children at lunch break afterwards’.
13 September 2018
On Saturday 8th September 2018 12.30-3 pm, the Old Road Campus Research Building (ORCRB), housing Ludwig Cancer Research, the Jenner Institute, the Structural Genomics Consortium (SGC) and the Department of Oncology opened to the public as part of the Oxford Open Doors scheme run by the Oxford Preservation Trust. Each unit had a stand in the main atrium of the building with fun educational activities for all ages.
4 June 2018
A group of Ludwig public engagement volunteers took our newly created family friendly activities to a sunny Headington Festival in Bury Knowle Park on Sunday 3rd June. The Headington Festival is an annual event run by Headington Action and features ~50 stalls from local organisations, plus a programme of live entertainment.