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Vice-Chancellor’s awards showcase impact and engagement during the pandemic

6 October 2020

Academics, students and professional members of staff from across the University have been recognised in this year’s Vice-Chancellor’s Research Impact and Engagement Awards for their work in areas including COVID-19 testing, PPE production and online engagement. Read the original article here>

Cambridge researcher named to Time 100 list of world's most influential people

23 September 2020

Professor Ravi Gupta has been named today as one of Time Magazine’s 100 Most Influential People of the Year , in recognition of his work to bring about the second-ever cure of a patient with HIV. In 2019, the case of ‘ The London Patient ’ made global headlines, as 40-year-old Adam Castillejo underwent a bone marrow...

COVID-19: What to expect from a vaccine. By Professor Gordon Dougan

11 September 2020

One of the hottest topics around COVID-19 is the need for a vaccine for this new disease, which has had a huge impact on both human health and economies. The disease caught most people completely by surprise and shows no signs of disappearing naturally. In many ways the consideration of health and economics form the two...