8 July 2021
'Brain Fever', a new book by internationally-renowned medical scientist Professor Richard Moxon, describes the decades of research that contribute to the development of vaccines for life-threatening illnesses such as meningitis, and how immunisation has been our greatest public health intervention.
2 March 2020
Wood Group researchers in the Department of Paediatrics collaborate with DPAG's Denis Noble to produce innovative podcast talks on a prominent global platform, the Future Tech Podcast. Following the release of the final podcast talk in February 2020, we chart the story leading to these innovative pieces of public engagement.
Alice in Typhoidland: Join Lewis Carroll’s Alice on a journey through the story of typhoid, from Victorian sewer systems to cutting-edge scientific research
20 January 2020
A new exhibition tells the story of Oxford’s role in the fight against typhoid, from pioneering efforts to eliminate typhoid in the era of Lewis Carroll’s Alice in Wonderland to game-changing present-day vaccine trials
28 October 2019
Following the publication of figures showing UK childhood vaccination rates have fallen for the fifth year in a row, researchers from Paediatrics and the Oxford Martin Programme on Collective Responsibility for Infectious Disease discuss possible responses.
6 June 2018
A team from the Paediatric Neuroimaging group present their research on pain in babies at this year's Cheltenham Science Festival.
25 May 2018
Why do we celebrate the International Clinical Trials Day?
12 November 2016
Today is World Pneumonia Day!
1 July 2016
The 12 winners of the inaugural University of Oxford's Vice-Chancellor’s Awards for Public Engagement with Research were announced on Friday 1 July by the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Louise Richardson, in a ceremony at Merton College.