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University of Oxford

University of Oxford

A collegiate public research university. It was founded in 1096 and is located in Oxford, England.

The University of Oxford is an England-based institute of education. The University’s academic departments, faculties and research centers are grouped into four divisions: Humanities; Mathematical, Physical and Life Sciences; Medical Sciences; and Social Sciences. It has over 24,000 students and has one of the largest continuing education departments in the country.

COVID-19

The university set up a clinical trail program, called RECOVERY, which was designed to conduct tests on multiple possible COVID-19 vaccines. In March 2020, the university set up a clinical trial for a vaccine for COVID-19 that is based on an adenovirus vaccine vector.It also tested the HIV drugs lopinavir and ritonavir to determine their impact on COVID-19.

Timeline

Patents

Further Resources

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Author
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Date

Genocide Research Network Launched at Oxford University - The Armenian Mirror-Spectator

The Armenian Mirror-Spectator

Web

March 19, 2020

This is Oxford

Web

October 5, 2017

University of Oxford starts enrolment for Covid-19 vaccine trial

Web

March 30, 2020

News

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Author
Date
Publisher
Description
Julia Kollewe
September 11, 2021
the Guardian
While Covid sent many firms to the wall, others prospered by spotting opportunities, from test kits to mask coatings
Jeff Berardelli
July 7, 2021
news.yahoo.com
Scientists say if Earth keeps warming on the current trajectory, heat waves of this magnitude will no longer be 1-in-1,000-year events -- they will happen...
Caitlin O'Kane
June 29, 2021
news.yahoo.com
The order in which you receive the shots also impacts the immune response.
ANI
June 29, 2021
@bsindia
This study, published on the Lancet pre-print server, means all possible vaccination schedules involving the Oxford-AstraZeneca and Pfizer-BioNTech vaccines could potentially be used against Covid-19
Suzi Ring | Bloomberg
June 28, 2021
@bsindia
Leaving a gap of as long as 10 months between the first and second doses increased level of protective antibodies, says Oxford University research.
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