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Postgraduate part-time courses, online courses and training in nanotechnology and nanomedicine Genome Project, Computer Engineering, Electron Microscope, Technology World, Quantum Mechanics, Quantum Physics, Online Courses, Training

Nanotechnology and nanomedicine

Postgraduate part-time courses and training, including online courses, in nanotechnology and nanomedicine.

Critical Reasoning: A Romp Through the Foothills of Logic (Online) - Department for Continuing Education, University of Oxford Continuing Education, Online Courses, Oxford, University, Knowledge, College, Study, Learning, Studio

Critical Reasoning: A Romp through the Foothills of Logic (Online)

Reasoning enables us to acquire knowledge, to persuade others and to evaluate their arguments. But only if we reason well. We shall be learning how to recognise, evaluate, construct and analyse arguments, and how to recognise common fallacies.

This course introduces the key characteristics of creative writing, and students are supported with stage-by-stage guidance as they assimilate and practise a range of critical and creative methods. Includes tutor feedback and participant discussion. Spelling Homework, Grade Spelling, Single Dad Laughing, Annotated Bibliography, Thesis Statement, Hard Work And Dedication, Article Writing, Research Paper, Reading Comprehension

Getting Started in Creative Writing (Online)

This course introduces the key characteristics of creative writing. You will be supported with stage-by-stage guidance as you assimilate and employ a range of critical and creative methods. The course includes tutor feedback and participant discussion.

An online course aimed at professionals from a diverse range of backgrounds Nanotechnology, Online Courses, Backgrounds, Range, Blue Prints, Cookers, Backdrops

Postgraduate Certificate in Nanotechnology

A part-time course studied mostly online aimed at professionals who wish to learn more about the foundations of nanoscience and nanotechnology, technological advances and the applications enabled by nanotechnology.

How old is the Universe? How unusual is the Solar System? Oxford astronomers Chris Lintott and Robert Simpson provide an overview of the last billion years of cosmic evolution, answering these questions and more. Comets And Asteroids, Earth Gravity, Rural Retreats, New Neighbors, Star Cluster, Stephen Hawking, Dark Skies, Magical Creatures, Cool Names

Exploring the Universe (Online)

How old is the universe? How unusual is the Solar System? How will it all end? Oxford astronomers Chris Lintott and Robert Simpson provide an overview of the last 13.7 billion years of cosmic evolution, answering these questions and more.

Writing Fiction (Online) - Department for Continuing Education, University of Oxford Global Economy, Fiction Writing, Continuing Education, Carbon Footprint, Online Courses, Oxford, University, Oxfords, Fiction

Globalization (Online)

The credit crunch of 2008-9 brought the effects of the global economy to everyone's attention. From international trade and global inequalities to the impact on our carbon footprints, this course analyses the global economy.

The Fundamental Science of Nanotechnology - Department for Continuing Education, University of Oxford Nanotechnology, Continuing Education, Online Courses, Oxford, University, Science, Oxfords, Community College, Colleges

The Fundamental Science of Nanotechnology

A ten-week course taken entirely online. It explains the mathematical foundations for nanoscale phenomena, as well as their effects and applications including quantum dots, nanotubes and fullerenes.

Origins of Human Behaviour (Online) - Department for Continuing Education, University of Oxford Human Behavior, Nanotechnology, Continuing Education, Online Courses, Oxford, University, The Originals, Origins, Oxfords

The Wider Context of Nanotechnology

A seven-week online course introducing the current state of technology and addressing implications for safety, regulation and innovation. It is for professionals worldwide seeking an overview of this important subject.

Social Anthropology: An Introduction (Online) - Department for Continuing Education, University of Oxford Continuing Education, Anthropology, Online Courses, Oxford, University, Anthropologie, Oxfords, Community College

Social Anthropology: An Introduction (Online)

Social anthropology is the study of how humans give meaning to the world through different social norms, values, practices and means of organisation. This course provides an exciting and dynamic introduction to the world of social anthropology.

Are we just who we think we are, or are we also who others think we are? Online Courses, Thinking Of You, Decor, Thinking About You, Decoration, Decorating, Deco

Inter-culturally Speaking (Online)

Are we just who we think we are, or are we also who others think we are? Are we born prejudiced? Can we talk of 'national characteristics'? How can we best live together on this planet?

Whether you’d like to admit it or not you probably have an average IQ. Luckily t… Whether you’d like to admit it or not you probably have an average IQ. Luckily there’s a lot you can do to increase your intelligence. Friedrich Nietzsche, Spock, Music Courses, White Matter, Mental Health Problems, Applied Science, Human Development, Personal Development, Frases

Philosophy of Science (Online)

This course introduces key issues in the philosophy of science, including debates about the nature of the scientific method, theories of confirmation, the demarcation of science from non-science, the rationality of theory change, and scientific realism.

How can poetic form help me to turn the passion and intensity of life into memorable expressions? How can an appreciation of the techniques used by past and living poets help me to improve as a poet? Take this course and find out. Poetry Online, Writing Poetry, Online Courses, Appreciation, How To Memorize Things, Passion, Life

Writing Poetry (Online)

How can poetic form help you to turn the passion and intensity of life into memorable expressions? How can an appreciation of the techniques used by past and living poets help you to improve as a poet? Take this course and find out.

Reality, Being and Existence: An Introduction to Metaphysics (Online) - Department for Continuing Education, University of Oxford Continuing Education, Online Courses, Philosophy, Oxford, University, Philosophy Books, Oxfords, Community College, Colleges

Reality, Being and Existence: An Introduction to Metaphysics (Online)

An introduction to metaphysics, the most general investigation of reality. It has been at the centre of philosophy since the beginning of the Western tradition in ancient Greece, and many of its concerns are the same as those of Plato and Aristotle.

Origins of Human Behaviour (Online) - Department for Continuing Education, University of Oxford Human Behavior, Nanotechnology, Continuing Education, Online Courses, Oxford, University, The Originals, Origins, Oxfords

Origins of Human Behaviour (Online)

What makes humans different from other primates? When did we become human? This course will chart the development of human behaviour.

Social Entrepreneurship (Online) - Department for Continuing Education, University of Oxford Social Entrepreneurship, Continuing Education, Online Courses, Oxford, University, Knowledge, Student, Oxfords, Community College

Social Entrepreneurship (Online)

Students on this course will gain knowledge about social entrepreneurs, and how to develop creative solutions to address social problems utilising Gandhi's model of 'be the change you wish to see in the world' to make a difference in the lives of others.

Writing Fiction (Online) - Department for Continuing Education, University of Oxford Global Economy, Fiction Writing, Continuing Education, Carbon Footprint, Online Courses, Oxford, University, Oxfords, Fiction

Writing Fiction (Online)

This course is for those who would like to write but don't know how; who tried once and gave up; or who already write but would like to improve; and for readers who have no desire to write but want a different perspective on how fiction works.