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Thom Building. Department of Computer Science Oxford Universityaerial photograph

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aerial photograph of the Thom Building Department of Computer Science Oxford University, Oxford University England UK. The Thom Building was built in 1963 and is the main building for the Department of Engineering Science. The photo also shows the Denys Wilkinson Building built in 1967 as the Nuclear Physics Laboratory it was renamed in honour of Sir Denys Wilkinson in 2001. The building is home to the astrophysics and particle physics departments , part of of the Department of Physics at Oxford University.

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