The new Ineos Oxford Institute for Antimicrobial Resistance is established at the birthplace of penicillin development
Resistance to existing antibiotics is arguably the world’s greatest healthcare challenge, known as the ‘silent pandemic’
The donation by Ineos is one of the largest ever to a UK university and creates a new model of partnership to tackle this urgent global issue
Researchers will seek to develop new drugs for animals and humans, as well as promote more responsible use of the antibiotics we have
Lord Jim O’Neill said, “This new institute could be the breakthrough moment the global AMR challenge needs”
A new state of the art institute for antimicrobial research is to open at Oxford University thanks to a £100 million donation from Ineos.
A Right to Adult ‘Training and Retraining’
The National Skills Fund’s underlying long-term aim is stated to be moves towards a ‘right to train’, analogous to (how is unspecified) the Conservatives’ famous ‘right to buy’ (the council house you live in).
@UniofOxford has announced that more than 22% of undergraduate students starting in 2019 were Britons from Black and Minority Ethnic #BAME backgrounds – up from 18% on the previous year’s UCAS admissions statistics.