Following the closure of Learning Pool’s office in Combe, West Oxfordshire (which it inherited through the acquisition of HT2 Labs in 2019) last September, the learning technologies company has opened its doors to its newest office in Bicester.
Nicki Campling joins The Oxford Trust as Director of Innovation and Operations for the Trust’s two innovation centres: the Oxford Centre for Innovation in the city centre and the Wood Centre for Innovation in Headington
Councillors have voted unanimously to reject Vistry’s planning application to build 170 houses on prime agricultural farmland between Hanwell Village and Banbury.
The Rt Hon Victoria Prentis KC MP visited Openreach engineers in Banbury to witness first-hand the innovative engineering techniques being used to deliver ultrafast Full Fibre broadband across her constituency.
Specialist business property adviser Christie & Co has completed the freehold sale of Cleeve Lodge residential home in Goring-on-Thames to a new operator
The organiser of the Oxford Christmas Market for the last 14 years has announced that the market as we know it is has been cancelled indefinitely.
Network Rail is expected to start nine days of track work around Oxford Train Station on Saturday, 29 July, which means the station will be closed until Monday, 07 August.
The Rhodes Trust, an educational charity which oversees the world-renowned Rhodes Scholarships at the University of Oxford and other global fellowship programmes, has completed the renovation and redevelopment of Rhodes House, following a £38 million project.
Researchers at Oxford University engaged in a conversation with the team at Humans.ai, the creators of the Romanian AI initiative, to explore the potential of AI in enhancing governance.
Oxford nanoSystems (OnS), an innovative materials technology company based in Abingdon, has unveiled its revolutionary electrolyser coating technology that is poised to transform the green hydrogen industry.
Parkwalk has launched the University of Oxford Innovation Fund VI (UOIF VI), the sixth fund in a decade long partnership with Oxford University Innovation (OUI).
Oxfordshire County Council has approved proposals to install automatic number plate recognition (ANPR) cameras at three low-traffic neighbourhood (LTN) closure points in Cowley – on Littlemore Road, Crescent Road and Littlehay Road.