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1. Empowering Theories in Management Studies | University of Oxford Podcasts - Audio and Video Lectures

Loading Video. Duration: 0:40:00 | Added: 29 Mar 2010. Professor Gagliardi will analyse the relationship between thinking and experiencing in the production of knowledge before going on to hypothesise the ... the relationship between thinking and

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2. Lovely bubbly: price isn't everything with champagne | University of Oxford

We hypothesise that success in blending has made it more difficult for tasters to identify the particular contributions made by each grape variety to the overall flavour profile,' says lead researcher

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3. Pasquale Gagliardi | University of Oxford Podcasts - Audio and Video Lectures

Episode Title. Description. People. Date. 1. Professor Gagliardi will analyse the relationship between thinking and experiencing in the production of knowledge before going on to hypothesise the distinctive traits of an

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4. Type-1 interferon response in metabolic inflammation and cellular bioenergetics - Oxford Talks

We hypothesise that macrophage bioenergetic adaptation in T2D is distinct, due to the distinct nature of insult and systemic abundance of substrates.

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5. Breathing with your Brain - Royal Society Summer Exhibition | University of Oxford

But there are also significant numbers of people who have unexplained breathlessness, which Breathe Oxford hypothesise might be driven by the networks in the brain.

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6. Parallel Evolution and the Emergence of Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza A Viruses - Oxford Talks

We hypothesise that the parallel evolution of highly pathogenic viral lineages from low-pathogenic ancestors may have been facilitated by permissive or compensatory secondary mutations occurring anywhere in the viral genome.

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7. Parallel Evolution and the Emergence of Highly Pathogenic Avian Influenza A Viruses - Oxford Talks

We hypothesise that the parallel evolution of highly pathogenic viral lineages from low-pathogenic ancestors may have been facilitated by permissive or compensatory secondary mutations occurring anywhere in the viral genome.

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8. Interneuron circuits for top-down guided plasticity of sensory representations - Oxford Talks

We hypothesise that interneuron circuits, which recently emerged as key players during learning and memory, bridge the timescales.

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9. Novel anti-chemokine peptides from ticks - Oxford Talks

We hypothesise that these novel evasins possess distinct chemokine neutralising activities that could be used to combinatorially target chemokines in immuno-inflammatory diseases.

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10. "Catch me if you can: understanding innate immune evasion by HIV and how to drug it" - Oxford Talks

cytoplasm? We hypothesise that HIV DNA synthesis is contained within the protective shell of the viral capsid, which protects it from nucleases and DNA sensors, in a process we call cloaking.

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