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The University of Oxford is the oldest university in the English-speaking world. Teaching has taken place at Oxford since 1096. Oxford has the largest volume of world-leading research in the country, rating top in the REF power rankings published by Research Fortnight. Oxford’s research involves more than 70 departments, almost 1,800 academic staff, more than 5,000 research and research support staff, and more than 5,600 graduate research students. The University has 38 independent colleges to which undergraduate and graduate students belong. Oxford has the highest research income from external sponsors of any UK university: £478.3m in 2013/14. The University has pioneered the successful commercial exploitation of academic research and invention, creating more than 100 companies, and files more patents each year than any other UK university.


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Health workers are preparing COVID-19 vaccine Sinovac during first stage vaccination in Health Center, South Tagerang City, Indonesia, Januari 15, 2021. More than 8.000 health workers there are vacinnated. ANTARA FOTO/Fauzan/foc

Indonesia’s decision to prioritise COVID-19 vaccination to citizens aged 18-59 years old questionable

By prioritising vaccination for the elderly, Indonesia may optimally reduce the hospital burden and COVID-19 deaths amid a limited vaccine supply during the first vaccination phase.
Petugas kesehatan menyiapkan vaksin COVID-19 Sinovac saat vaksinasi tahap pertama di Puskesmas Jurang Mangu, Kota Tangerang Selatan, 15 Januari 2021. Lebih dari 8.000 tenaga kesehatan di sana divaksinasi. ANTARA FOTO/Fauzan/foc

Menyanggah keputusan pemerintah prioritaskan vaksinasi COVID-19 untuk umur 18-59 tahun

Dengan memprioritaskan vaksinasi untuk populasi usia lanjut, kematian dan beban rumah sakit akibat COVID-19 bisa dikurangi di tengah keterbatasan ketersediaan vaksin di gelombang pertama vaksinasi.
Le vaccin d'Oxford fonctionne en acheminant la séquence génétique de la protéine de pointe du SRAS-CoV-2 aux cellules de l'organisme. Université d'Oxford

Vaccin d’Oxford : voici comment il a été développé en un temps record

La mise au point d’un vaccin prend normalement des décennies. Dans le cas de la Covid-19, elle a été réalisé en 12 mois, sans faire de concession. Voici comment ont procédé les chercheurs d’Oxford.


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