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Way Ahead 3. Pupil's Book



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Way Ahead 3. Pupil's Book



We also have many extraordinarily generous philanthropic supporters. In January we announced a 100 million gift from INEOS to support research on antimicrobial resistance, one of the greatest challenges to global health. Our work on the Schwarzman Centre for the Humanities continued throughout the lockdowns as the entire city eagerly awaits the new performing arts centre. Work on our 39th college, Reuben College, has also continued throughout the year with the first cohort of students arriving in October. Looking ahead, we have announced our intention to create a new Pandemic Sciences Centre to build on our success in developing vaccines and therapeutics, and to bring together leading academics from across the disciplines and across the world to work together to ensure that we are never again caught unprepared for a pandemic.


In 1921, following hourly readings of sea level for six years from the pier at Newlyn, the Ordnance Survey established Mean Sea Level or Ordnance Datum Newlyn. This has been the basis for all height measurements on OS maps of Great Britain for the past 99 years. The story of why Newlyn became the base for MSL, how the measurements were made and the role of local people in running and maintaining the equipment is told in The Newlyn Tidal Observatory, on sale at archiveatnewlyn@gmail.org. The book was co-authored by our Secretary, Richard Cockram, who is also Chairman of the Newlyn Archive.


OUS Cornwall awarded a 500 bursary for a final year student at Green Templeton College to carry out a medical elective in A&E and anaesthetics at Mater Dei Hospital in Malta. His skills will now be redirected to working with the NHS to save lives in the UK and he will use our funds to cover unanticipated costs arising from his sudden return to Oxford. In return, he will send us an account of how his life develops in the months ahead. 041b061a72


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