University of Oxford

COVID vaccines effective against Delta variant, UK study finds 

In other findings, the study reveals that a single dose of the Moderna vaccine has similar or greater effectiveness against the Delta variant as single doses of the other vaccines.

published on : 19th August 2021

Bengaluru girl invents portable battery that resembles power bank, wins accolade from Oxford University

This B’ luru girl has received the Vice-Chancellor’s Social Impact Award at the University of Oxford, for inventing a solar chargeable lithium ion portable battery useful for pushcart vendors

published on : 4th August 2021

'Super-seeding' drove UK spread of Alpha variant: Study

According to the study, people travelled from London and the South East to other areas of the UK they 'seeded' new transmission chains of the coronavirus variant.

published on : 23rd July 2021

Trust in news has grown amid pandemic, but it is below average in India: Report

Finland has topped the charts with overall trust of 65 per cent, while the US is placed at the bottom with 29 per cent score.

published on : 23rd June 2021

‘Higher body weight linked with severe COVID-19 risk’

The researchers from the University of Oxford in the UK noted that this is the first large study to report the effect of bodyweight on risk of worse outcomes from COVID across the full range of BMI.

published on : 30th April 2021