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Trials of Oxford coronavirus vaccine begin in Kenya
Oxford to trial new COVID-19 test for individuals without symptoms
Rick van der Ploeg appointed university professor of Environmental Economics
Oxford University creates its 200th spinout company PhishAR
2020 Dickson Prize in Medicine Awarded to Pioneer Researcher
What’s STORY of infectious diseases in UK?
Cardiff University-led study into antibiotic use wins research paper of year
Participation in Lateral Flow Test pilot
Large tides may have been a key factor in evolution of bony fish and tetrapods
COVID-19 risk tool predicts risk of hospitalisation and death
Britain’s most influential Hindu temple spreads awareness of PRINCIPLE trial among Indian community
Oxford COVID-19 vaccine follows its programmed genetic instructions, independent analysis finds
Minister for Equalities sets out government action to tackle Covid disparities
New risk model estimates likelihood of death or hospitalisation from COVID-19
CSL’s Annual Research and Development Day Briefing
Who pays compensation if a COVID-19 vaccine has rare side-effects?
Coordinated drought planning is essential for new Ethiopian Dam
Scientists develop extremely rapid diagnostic test for Covid-19
UK’s most promising scientists backed by over £100 million government investment to bring pioneering ideas
Scientists discover unique signature of a lion’s roar using machine learning
Ethnic minority communities and elderly called upon to bolster fight against coronavirus
New code of conduct calls for universities to do more to protect academic freedom in their international
Thailand joins forces with AstraZeneca on COVID-19 vaccine manufacturing
Top honours awarded to Imperial academics in Queen’s Birthday Honours list
Joint Communiqué Fifth Brazil-United Kingdom Strategic Dialogue
Potential COVID-19 vaccines not affected by dominant ‘G-strain’
2020 Nobel Prize in Physics: FSU astrophysicists break down winning work on black holes
Role-playing computer game helps players understand how vaccines work on a global scale
New UK Hospital at Home Society to hold its first virtual conference co-organised by Warwick researcher
Australian Government finalises University of Queensland-CSL COVID-19 vaccine agreement
Australia failing to enshrine rights of people with disability in law
New trial to treat Covid-19 in care homes using anti-TNF drug begins
New analysis supports urgent need for policy reform to limit school exclusions in England after COVID-19
Mathematician Roger Penrose jointly wins Nobel Prize in Physics
Roger Penrose, Reinhard Genzel and Andrea Ghez Awarded 2020 Nobel Prize in Physics
Roger Penrose wins 2020 Nobel Prize in Physics for discovery about black holes
Andrea Ghez wins 2020 Nobel Prize in physics
Diet of pre-Columbian Societies in Brazilian Amazon Reconstructed
Research emphasises need for COVID-19 vigilance in tight-knit communities
Bristol part of new £4m FDA study to advance understanding of severe coronavirus infection
Emerging Canadian leaders in medical field secure UK Government’s Chevening Scholarship
Understanding way proteins shapeshift
Project investigates safety of AI-powered telemedicine system
Carbon pollution particles found in placenta cells for first time
Tiny brain “tweezers” could hold key to treating Parkinson’s Disease
New trial to treat Covid-19 in care homes using anti-TNF drug begins
AI tool to predict and diagnose heart failure
Oxford launches new principles for credible carbon offsetting