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Scientists identify five new plant species in Bolivia
Longer interval between first and second Pfizer vaccine boosts antibody levels and ‘helper’ T cells
Longer interval between Pfizer vaccine doses boosts immunity
Vaxzevria is highly effective after one dose against severe disease or hospitalisation caused by Beta and Delta variants of concern
Appointment to Federal Court of Australia 23 July
£2.5 million for Exeter research to understand links between overlapping long-term conditions
Africa ‘third wave’ not yet over, while vaccine inequity threatens all
Take action to harness unique contribution of plant genetic innovation, government urged
A major ivermectin study has been withdrawn, so what now for controversial drug?
Vaccine inequity undermining global economic recovery
Difficulty hearing speech could be risk factor for dementia
Red and processed meat linked to increased risk of heart disease, Oxford study shows
Crime scene tape set to revolutionize microplastics research
Which students are at most risk of mental health problems during COVID-19 lockdowns?
Epicentre of major Amazon droughts and fires saw 2.5 billion trees and vines killed
Cosmic rays help supernovae explosions pack bigger punch
New research studies to help diagnose and treat Long COVID funded by NIHR
New research into treatment and diagnosis of long COVID
T-cell ‘training grounds’ behind robust immune system response seen in adenovirus vaccines
One in two hospitalised COVID-19 patients develop complication
Top UK organisations release annual statistics for use of animals in research 15 July
People with learning disabilities “extremely vulnerable” to effects of COVID-19
High blood sugar levels ‘reprogramme’ stem cells
Lateral flow tests are 95% effective at detecting Covid-19 when used at onset of symptoms
Restoring forest biodiversity in Scottish Highlands
AI expands scope of climate science
Ecosystem destruction endangers local soy agriculture in Brazil
Future generations will face crippling costs without action now on carbon debt
UNESCO, University of Oxford conclude a MOOC for judicial actors on freedom of expression
Lombard Odier and Oxford in landmark research collaboration on sustainable finance and investment
UNESCO and University of Oxford conclude a Massive Open Online Course for judicial actors on international standards on freedom
Oxford overseas research facility expands to include diagnostics and genetics testing centre
Early blood-sugar levels in type 2 diabetes crucial for future prognosis
Asymptomatic testing backed by new research studies
UK life sciences vision set to deliver life-changing innovations
Bold new life sciences vision sets path for UK to build on pandemic response and deliver life-changing innovations to patients
Building a better biosensor polymer
HIV vaccine trial starts at Oxford
Transactional to Transformational: How Banks Innovate
Study shows laboratory-developed protein spikes consistent with COVID-19 virus
Genetics plays important role in age at first sex and birth with links to dis-inhibition, longevity and disease
Recent technology cost forecasts underestimate pace of technological change
Reappointments to Independent Advisory Panel on Deaths in Custody
World Bank Appoints New Regional Director for Central Asia
Long COVID cases under-reported in NHS GP records
Botanists name astonishing new species of ‘fairy lantern’ from Malaysian rainforests
More transparency key to public support for health data sharing, say citizens’ juries
Delayed second dose and third doses of Oxford-AstraZeneca vaccine lead to heightened immune response