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Researcher awarded prestigious cardiology prize for MRI discovery
Aurora scholarship to open doors to Ivy League
COVID-19: More Australians Working from Bed – Survey
Innovation Conversations: celebrating Vice-Chancellor’s Innovation Awards 2020
To keep pain in check, count down
Olympic costs are comparable to ‘deep disasters’ like pandemics, earthquakes, tsunamis and war
US COVID-19 transmission driven by ages 20-49, research finds
Why AstraZeneca and others racing to make a Covid-19 vaccine should be more open about process
Building bridges: PARP enzymes bring broken DNA together
More than half of Year 12 students report poor mental wellbeing since lockdown
New £4m study to advance understanding of severe coronavirus infection
Landmark coronavirus study to trial inhaled Imperial and Oxford vaccines
Majority of women sext, many use dating apps to find partners, global study finds
Global consortium launches new study into long-term effects of COVID-19
UNESCO World Trends Report now available in Russian
University expertise to help power latest upgrade of Large Hadron Collider
Large Hadron Collider upgrade project to be led by Manchester scientists
University plays part in Large Hadron Collider upgrade
High blood pressure treatment linked to lower risk of orthostatic hypotension
Education Secretary sets out aims for higher education
Previously unknown ‘genetic vulnerability’ in breast cancer cells target of research
COVID-19 vaccine development
Burnet welcomes Dr Julie Hennegan to Global Adolescent Health Working Group
Raised blood pressure and diabetes alter brain structure to slow thinking speed and memory
Australia secures onshore manufacturing agreements for 2 COVID-19 vaccines
Australia secures onshore manufacturing agreements for two COVID-19 vaccines
Persistent immune memory of COVID-19 found in recovered patient
Australia announces new High Commissioner to Malta
Penn-Led Team Lays Groundwork for Fair Distribution
Schools begin teaching reformed Early Years Foundation Stage
Prestigious European Awards for Oxford Researchers
Government working with midwives, medical experts, and academics to investigate BAME maternal mortality
Development of Oxford COVID-19 vaccine expands into US Phase III clinical trial
Ohio State Wexner Medical Center to Start Clinical Trial of COVID-19 Vaccine
Scientists unlock crops’ power to resist floods
Vietnam farmers’ poultry sales during outbreaks may increase virus transmission
Sheffield immunologists part of unprecedented national effort to search for answers on Covid-19
Following ‘Eatwell Guide’ diet could reduce your risk of dying early and lower your environmental footprint
Religious concerns over vaccine production methods needn’t be an obstacle to immunisation
Rigid social distancing rules for covid-19 based on outdated science
Childhood obesity could increase risk of multiple sclerosis
Blood cancer patients are most vulnerable to COVID-19
Using hydroxychloroquine with common antibiotic increases cardiovascular risk
Genetic study points to cells responsible for Parkinson’s disease
Solving puzzle of a previously unseen pathogen
Productivity Institute to help boost growth and level-up living standards
Alliance Manchester Business School at University of Manchester to head up £32m productivity institute
Shifting public health messaging about face coverings from a medical intervention to a social practice could