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The University of Southampton is a public research university located in Southampton, United Kingdom and is a founding member of the Russell Group. It is a member of the European University Association, the Association of Commonwealth Universities and is an accredited institution of the Worldwide Universities Network. Southampton is systematically ranked in the top 15 of British universities and in the best 100 universities in the world. Besides being recognised as one of the leading research universities in the UK, Southampton has also achieved consistently high scores for its teaching and learning activities. It additionally has one of the highest proportions of income derived from research activities in Britain.

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Bien qu'il ait été approuvé au Canada, le vaccin Oxford/Astrazeneca n'a pas encore été autorisé aux États-Unis, où l'on teste encore son innocuité et son efficacité. Mais les résultats jusqu'à maintenant sont positifs. Shutterstock

Vaccin Oxford-AstraZeneca : les derniers résultats des essais américains suggèrent qu’il est sûr et efficace

Les dernières données de l’essai de phase 3 pour ce vaccin, en provenance des États-Unis, pourraient contribuer à dissiper certaines préoccupations en matière d’efficacité et de sécurité.
Young people say they are concerned about their careers, with fewer opportunities for skills development and less established networks. charmedlightph/Shutterstock

COVID a year on: inequalities and anxieties about returning to workplaces are becoming clearer

A year of working from home has become normalised for many jobs. We're now learning a great deal about its effects on the workforce and our lives.
A depiction of a man milking a cow found on one of the walls of ancient burial tombs south of present-day Cairo dating from 2340 BC. Photo by DeAgostini/Getty Images

Environmental change may have played a role at the dawn of Egyptian history – here’s how

Natural landscape changes in the Nile Delta may have not only stimulated local take up of farming technologies, but might also have played a role in the emergence of the first “nation state”.

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