Big Pharma, big money, big egos and a 900-year-old university: Inside Oxford’s deal to make a Covid-19 vaccine
The AstraZenca vaccine, developed with Oxford University, is one of several coronavirus vaccine candidates in final-stage testing around the world.
Federal health regulators have given the green light to resume U.S. studies of a leading COVID-19 vaccine candidate from AstraZeneca PLC and the University of Oxford, according to a release from AstraZeneca.
Coronavirus vaccine developed by Oxford University appears safe and trains the immune system, key early trials show
Malala Yousafzai completed her degree at Oxford University. When she was 15, she was shot in the head after standing up against the Taliban for girls' education. She survived and won the Nobel Peace Prize.
“The vaccine from the Oxford [University] project will be trialled in people from this Thursday” Health Secretary Matt Hancock announces £20m funding for the research, saying “in normal times reaching this stage would take years” Latest: