Spotlight on Science talk on 28 November: Making medicines in tobacco plants

Wednesday 28 November 6pm-7.30pm

Making medicines in tobacco plants - cultivating cures for global health


Ebola vaccine tested in adults and children in Africa hailed a success

Experts at St George’s, University of London, have reported that an Ebola vaccine is safe for children as well as adults and produces an immune response.

9 October 2017

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Pregnant women asked to take part in a vaccine trial to tackle a severe baby disease

St George's, University of London is offering expectant mothers the chance to be among the first in the world to participate in a clinical trial aimed at protecting babies from an illness which can cause life threatening breathing problems.

 

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Parents with young children sought for flu vaccine study

Researchers at St George’s, University of London are calling for parents with children aged two years old this autumn to volunteer to take part in research looking at the effects of the nasal flu vaccine.  

2 October 2017

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Spotlight on Science: Vaccines for babies before birth

A large public audience  joined St George's staff and students on 28 June for the latest lecture in our Spotlight on Science series, 'Vaccines for babies before birth'.

13 July 2016