University Of Oxford
Graduate students' decision to take down the photo of Queen Elizabeth drew outrage from some and cries of "cancel culture."
The new mid-stage trial will determine whether the coronavirus shot is effective on people between the ages of 6 and 17.
A preliminary study found the vaccine may be 76% effective if a second shot is given three months later rather than within the shorter window initially proposed.
The U.K. became the first country to approve the shot, which has a low cost and is easier to store than other vaccines in use.
More study is needed, however, to determine exactly how effective it is.
The high success rate from one part of the study has come under scrutiny this week. Here's what we know.
One dosing regimen was shown to have 90% efficacy and another showed 62% efficacy.
Researchers said they expect to release their late-stage trial results by Christmas. This would follow rival drugmakers releasing theirs earlier this month.
Oxford University’s Pitt Rivers Museum has removed its famous collection of shrunken heads and other human remains from display as part of a broader effort to “decolonize” its collections.
The company stressed that such actions were routine in clinical trials and said an independent team would review safety data.