We looked inside some of the tweets by @OxfordPhysics and here's what we found interesting.
Inside 100 Tweets
When @Moneybox was off over the summer I worked for Witness History. I was lucky enough speak to Professor Fred Taylor @JesusOxford all about Galileo's INCREDIBLE mission to Jupiter - jaw dropping stuff. one for you @paulepworth & @ProfBrianCox ?! https://t.co/n3noiRnT8N
If you enjoyed our discussion 'Are we alone in the Universe?' last Friday, you'll love this fantastic interview with Jesus Fellow Prof Fred Taylor about Galileo's Jupiter mission. @bbcdanw @OxfordSparks @OxfordPhysics https://t.co/xnhlvXyUPv
📣 #VirtualOpenDay if you just wake up across the ocean and missed @UniofOxford #physics #OxOpenDay2020, fear not. Watch our video (longer version in our YouTube channel), other info is available at https://t.co/caSOFbctUk #studyatoxford #oxforduniversity #oxford #thisisoxford https://t.co/GQ32dCCRly
The Royal Society's Research Grants scheme is now open for applications. This scheme provides funding for promising new projects, and is aimed at scientists who are in the early stages of their career, or are returning from a career break. Find out more: https://t.co/fxwaSJSaQh https://t.co/FuaayuHjB1
Join @JesusOxford for 'Are we alone in the universe?' Leading astrophysicists explore the science behind the search for life in our solar system and beyond. On Fri 18th Sept at 12.30pm #whatreallymatters @OxfordSparks @OxfordPhysics @jesus_access https://t.co/rcMBZJQXhC https://t.co/CFmzfLNF8o