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Spoiler alert: No murders took place at St Catz during the filming of this episode!

Using microbubbles to transport and target chemotherapy drugs could open up new possibilities for cancer treatment.

A team from Catz will be going to the world finals of an international programming competition next year.

Selina Siak, an Atlas Research Fellow at St Catherine’s in 1989, has published her first novel The Woman who Breathed Two Worlds (AmazonCrossing, 2016).

Fifty years after he purchased his second-hand copy of W H Mallock’s A Human Document for threepence, Catz Alum and Honorary Fellow Tom Phillips CBE RA (1957, English) has

Claude-Michel Schönberg, this year’s Cameron Mackintosh Visiting Professor of Contemporary Theatre, recently delivered his Inaugural Lecture.

We are delighted to announce that this year’s Catz Telethon has raised over £300,000, including a generous matching gift of £45,000 from alumnus Dr Wilfred Wong (m. 1976).

On Friday 28 October, St Catz hosted a conference from the Nuffield Department of Surgical Sciences entitled ‘Montgomery and Me: Implementing the New Standard for Consent to Treatment in Medicine a

The future of energy production has long been a source of concern for scientists.

Professor William Whyte, Professor of Social and Architectural History and Fellow of St John's College, has described St Catherine’s as “one of the most amazing buildings in Britain” on a short fil

A Catz Alumna and former College staff member has been nominated for a Women in IT award.

The Oxford Energy Seminar is meeting at St Catherine’s this week and next.

Claude-Michel Schönberg, this year’s Cameron Mackintosh Visiting Professor of Contemporary Theatre, will deliver his Inaugural Lecture, ‘Creation and Immigration’, on Thursday, 3 November at 5.00pm

A study led by St Catz Fellow Professor Ashok Handa has revealed that patients may not always be aware when they are having a stroke.

September is set to be a busy month at St Catherine’s for academic conferences.

Ten days in and it has already been a historic Olympic games for Team GB.

Last week, we were sad to be informed that Professor Robert Mabro CBE, a Fellow by Special Election, passed away on the 2nd of August at the age of 81.

St Catherine’s College was deeply saddened to hear that Professor Ahmed Zewail, Honorary Fellow, passed away on the 2nd of August at the age of 70.

Catz Alumnus Dr Robert Morrison (1984, English), appeared on BBC4’s The Secret Life of Books in November, a show hosted by John Cooper Clarke that explores how classic boo

Catz alumnus, virtuoso clarinettist, composer and former BBC Young Musician and BBC Proms/Guardian Young Composer of the Year, Mark Simpson (2008, Music), has written his first ope

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