About Human Sciences

The Oxford Institute of Human Sciences describes itself as the home to a discipline of study which considers humans as a biological, social and cultural species, an interdisciplinary academic training that enables students to study humans from the contrasting perspectives of the biological and social sciences and to make connections between them.

Here we continue on that spectrum to approach the application of technology to provide service to humans in a holistic manner by taking an interdisciplinary approach to understanding how best to service said humans.

What People Say

We’re very genuinely designing the best products that we can for people

“If you’re not trying to do something better, then you’re not focused on the customer and you’ll miss the possibility of making your business great

“We try to solve very complicated problems without letting people know how complicated the problem was”

Jonathan Ive, Apple Design

“Human Science aims to expand our understanding of the human world through a broad interdisciplinary approach”


“recognition that it is important to build bridges between the various human sciences at a time when advances in genetics, evolutionary biology and the social sciences need to be applied to the problems of a rapidly changing world”

Oxford Institute of Human Sciences

Let’s build something together.