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Oxford is world-famous for research excellence and home to some of the most talented people from across the globe. To showcase our global research, the University launched a Global Research Map, highlighting areas of research we are conducting overseas.

Map of the world with pins representing research activities led by Oxford University scientists across the globe

Explore Oxford's world-class research from pole to pole and in every continent on our new interactive map

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