When I was a teenager I saw the most distant object I will even see with the naked eye, while standing in my pyjamas in my Aunties garden in Herefordshire
International Relations Talk
On Friday 4th November Brasenose will be holding an International Relations talk by Professor Zeev Maoz.
Chris Kennard: From diagnosis to treatment
Chris Kennard reflects on an amazing career at the commanding heights of Neurology.
Student Blog: Brasenose (and Sharon) in North Yorkshire
An important part of Oxford’s schools outreach is the regional link programme, which has assigned a college to every UK local authority to act as their first point of contact within the university.
Prof Nancy Malkiel talk
Professor Nancy Malkiel is giving a talk on “Keep the Damned Women Out”: The Struggle for Coeducation on Tuesday 1st November, at Brasenose College.
Former Brasenose student wins Nobel Prize
Michael Kosterlitz, who carried out doctoral research at Brasenose College between 1966 and 1969, was yesterday named a Nobel Laureate in Physics for his pioneering work revealing the secrets of exotic phases of matter.
New Fine Art tutor joins Brasenose
Brasenose College is delighted to welcome Dr Ian Kiaer as a new Tutorial Fellow in Fine Art.
Thinking of Choosing Brasenose?
As the UCAS deadline approaches, if you are applying to Oxford University, then you might be pondering your college choice.
Student Blog: Refugees in Denmark
One of the first things we decided while planning our trip to investigate the refugee situation in Denmark was that we would travel there by train.
Student Blog: Ripon at Brasenose three years on
It's difficult to believe that three years have passed so quickly; it seems only a matter of weeks since Georgi and I were sitting together in the Ripon Grammar School hall, listening to Joe speak about Oxford and Brasenose.
Stewarding at Brasenose for Oxford Open Doors
In September every year the Oxford Preservation Trust runs its Oxford Open Doors weekend, on the lines of the well-known Open House scheme in London.
Student Blog: Working in the 'Bod'
This summer I was lucky enough to have been offered work experience with the archiving department of the Bodleian library, through the university's career service internship programme.
Student Blog: Micro-financing Peruvian Yogurt
My project revolved around working at a micro-finance bank in Arequipa, Peru, the country's second largest city
Student Blog: Centriole research
When I started looking at possible summer lab placements, I wanted to carry out a placement in Oxford that would be similar to the 4th year of my Biochemistry degree, which would involve a project in a professional lab environment.
Student Blog: Roskilde Festival
Nearly a month ago, I had a chance to visit the iconic Roskilde Festival in Denmark. The week was a terrific ending for my first year - a perfect displacement from my usual surroundings in Oxford and in my home town Helsinki.
Student Blog: Bikes and all things green at Brasenose
The Brasenose student bike scheme is now back up and running! This is all thanks to the hard work of Billy from the workshop, who fixed them all in his own time at no cost beyond the bike parts needed. We’re very lucky to have him and are so grateful!
Last week Brasenose College held our annual graduation events, where recently-finished undergraduate and post-graduates return to celebrate the end of their studies.
Student Blog: Dance and Video
With thanks to the College and the Annual Fund, I was lucky enough to visit Tours, France for a weekend in April to be part of a video-dance creation process.
Student Blog: Diabetes, quality of medicine, and tan lines
During Trinity 2016 and the long vacation, I spent 2 months in Vientiane, Laos to work on my dissertation.
Summer Rowing 2016
There are two types of people down at Oxford’s stretch of the Thames on Saturday of Summer VIIIs; the 15,000 spectators who sit eating burgers and drinking Pimms, and the hundreds of Lycra clad rowers gearing up for the final day of Oxford’s largest annual regatta.