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Numerous animals may be vulnerable to SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes Covid-19, according to a large study modelling how the virus might infect different animals’ cells, involving Oxford Brookes University academics.
We are generating a set of resources for INDEPTH members (and others) to use in their research and teaching.
An Oxford Brookes University nursing graduate has been named the winner of the Patient’s Choice category at the Royal College of Nursing (RCNi) Awards 2020 at a virtual event last night (8th October).
A new COST Action launches in September 2020 that has great relevance to INDEPTH members!
Oxford Brookes spinout company Oxford Expression Technologies has been awarded a grant from Innovate UK to support a partnership with Vaxine Pty Ltd to develop a vaccine for COVID-19.
Oxford Brookes University nursing graduate Isobel Corrie has been shortlisted for Nurse of the Year in the Patient’s Choice category of the Royal College of Nursing (RCNI) Awards 2020, having been nominated by the man whose life she saved on board a flight back from Thailand.
We are delighted to report on the publication of the JXBot special issue on 'Impact of Chromatin Domains on Plant Phenotypes'.
A new paper published today in the journal Communication and Sport (C&S) shows that concussion and serious head injury in football is still not taken as seriously as it should be, particularly within the media.
World Rugby’s tackle-height trial in the Championship has been criticised for its lack of ethical rigour in a report published in the British Journal of Sports Medicine published today.
The impact of social distancing and lockdown on children’s development is the subject of a new study led by psychologists at Oxford Brookes University.