A mix of educational and fun content from our associated YouTube Channels
The Cell Factory: Viruses and Vaccines
Ever wondered what happens inside your cells when you are infected with a virus? Or wondered how the new COVID-19 vaccines work? The answer to both of these questions can be found in how our cells receive instructions to make proteins. Actually, our cells are a bit like factories...
Women Working on Vaccine Development
An interview with Dr Rachel Tanner and Professor Helen McShane for International Women's Day 2019
Developing and Testing Vaccines at the University of Oxford
A video tour of Vaccine development at the University of Oxford's Jenner Institute, Oxford Vaccine Group and Clinical Biomanufacturing Facility.
How to make a vaccine in record time
Vaccines usually take decades to develop – so how is Oxford University's ChAdOx1 nCoV-1 vaccine trial moving so quickly? It comes down to careful planning, extraordinary logistics and a whole lot of help from partners around the world.
Infectious Disease Board Games Review
Dr Sean Elias from the Jenner Institute, University of Oxford and Board Games PER (boardgamesper) reviews a collection of Board Games with an Infectious Disease and Research theme.
A Tribute to the Oxford Vaccine Teams // Oxford Philharmonic Orchestra
At the end of what has been a strange and surreal year, the Oxford Philharmonic would like to thank and congratulate the Oxford Vaccine Group and Jenner Institute for their unceasing dedication and momentous achievement in developing a vaccine against COVID-19.
Research In Harmony, Oxford Science+Ideas Festival 2019
“Research In Harmony” was an event featuring five scientists from The Wellcome Centre for Human Genetics and The Jenner Institute at The University of Oxford, who collaborated with Oxford a cappella group The Beatroots, to develop and perform an a cappella singing concert about their research at Hertford College Chapel during the Oxford Science+Ideas Festival on 18 October 2019.