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An analysis of subnational net zero targets & recommendations for Federal Government
Oxford University and Prenetics announce landmark collaboration to scale rapid testing tech globally
New global partnership launched to fight future pandemics
£3 million nuclear robotics contract is first tranche in LongOps UK
Database relaunch to help protect endangered maritime archaeology
Researchers investigate leaf extract as an effective anti-malarial medicine
Human challenge trial launches to study immune response to COVID-19
Trial shows York leishmaniasis vaccine safe and induces immune responses in patients
Researcher Receives $488,000 Grant to Study, Raise Awareness of Ways American Culture Shapes Racial Attitudes and Myths
Fear year: Pandemic politics made us anxious, but hardly safer
Risk of rare blood clotting higher for COVID-19 than for vaccines
American Legion Accepting Spirit of Service Award Packages
Alternating vaccines trial expands to include two additional vaccines
Countries Marked by Inequality Less Likely to Contain Coronavirus Pandemic, New Analysis Concludes
No evidence of a significant increase in risk of suicide in first months of pandemic, but continued monitoring needed
Asthma drug budesonide shortens recovery time in non-hospitalised patients with COVID-19
Researchers call for greater awareness of unintended consequences of CRISPR gene editing
Designing a New School: Climate School Planners See CUIMC as Model
G7 Gender Equality Advisory Council membership announced
Researchers say we don’t know how most mammals will respond to climate change
Chromosome 8 assembly reveals novel genes and disease risks
Children learned ‘little or nothing’ during school closures, despite online learning
UK and EU regulators conclude benefits of vaccination continue to outweigh risks
Researchers find climate change imperils countries’ ability to repay pandemic debts
Genetic diversity within tumors suggests continuous evolution
Link between COVID-19 infection and subsequent mental health and neurological conditions found
New national study of long-term impacts of lung damage from COVID-19
800-year-old medieval pottery fragments reveal Jewish dietary practices
First images of cells exposed to COVID-19 vaccine reveal production of native-like Coronavirus spikes
Scientists confirm bacteria’s genetic ‘Swiss army knife’ is key driver of antibiotic resistance
In Memoriam: David Shirley, Former Laboratory Director
Prosperity Partnership to develop next-generation sustainable materials for consumer products
Team set for University Challenge Grand Final
Georgian children boycotted sugar to protest against slavery and support abolitionists, study shows
Professor Brian Cantor CBE and Lopa Patel MBE reappointed as Trustees of Science Museum Group
Queen Mary ranks highly in Research England’s first Knowledge Exchange Framework results
Strengthening knowledge-based economy
King’s ranks among top universities for Knowledge Exchange
Oxford highlighted as a leading institution in UK Knowledge Exchange Framework
Oxford Classics professors go online for schools in lockdown as report shows Classics not available in state sector
Prioritise opportunities for chance to say final goodbye during COVID-19 pandemic, new study finds
Paper gives voice to those bereaved during pandemic
MHCLG appoints two new non-executive directors
New study shows overwhelming public support for donating vaccines to low-income countries
Researchers release cheap, quick COVID-19 antibody test
Scientists use nanotechnology to detect bone-healing stem cells
Researchers create online resource to optimise NHS routes for housebound vaccinations
Prior COVID infection primes immune response to one dose of Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine