Andrew Griffiths reports on results from a small-scale clinical trial showing a potential breakthrough in HIV vaccine development.
Izzie Farrance reports on new research finding that bacteriophages can weaponise the CRISPR gene-editing system against competing viruses.
Ashley Jackson reports on progress on the hunt for a universal flu vaccine, and reviews the pros and cons of such a venture.
Jen Jiang reports on a new study finding that lung infections can be caused by gut bacteria, with implications for antimicrobial resistance.
Vaginal delivery or C-section: Does mode-of-delivery affect how we respond to vaccines as an infant?
Evie Rosette reports on recent research finding a possible link between mode-of-delivery and response to vaccines in infancy.
Transfusion of lab-grown red blood cells in pioneering clinical trial could revolutionise treatment of rare blood disorders
Caius Gibeily reports on the promising results from a phase I trial which transfused lab-grown red blood cells into healthy patients.
Megan Perry reviews the developments in cystic fibrosis treatment, including the revolution precision medicine is having on patient outcomes.