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 Oxford The Oxford Science Walk


The Oxford Science Walk, written by Sophie Huxley, takes you to some of the most important and interesting historic scientific sites in Oxford, from the time of the founding of the University in the 13th century, to advancements in modern science such as the development of penicillin. The flowering of science in Oxford is traced through the work of Robert Boyle (of Boyle's Law), and Edmond Halley (of Halley's comet), and many others.
Time: 2 hours. Distance 2 kilometres.

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