With World Immunization Week just gone, it’s the perfect time to talk about the importance of vaccines.
Dulwich student Emily Xu was crowned this year’s winner at The Big Bang Fair for her project titled “New Ways of Separating Mirror Image Molecules”.
Respiratory conditions are some of the most hazardous and widespread health problems in our world today. Here’s what GSK is doing to help.
GSK Chemist, Jo Redmond, tells us about her passion for inspiring the next generation to pursue STEM subjects and careers.
Charlotte Hughes, a Laboratory Apprentice at GSK, has been presented with the Higher or Degree Apprentice of the Year award at the 14th National Apprenticeship Awards.
Take a nice deep breath in, then breathe out again slowly. You may not realise it, but you’ve just done your body a big favour, as breathing is essential to your bodily functions.
Be honest, do you ever forget to wash your hands? It’s a habit we all know we should follow, yet we don’t all appreciate how crucial it can be for our health. In celebration of the upcoming Global Handwashing day (the 15th of October) we explore the science behind squeaky clean hands.
According to the World Health Organization, only clean drinking water rivals vaccination in its ability to save lives.
GSK and Comic Relief have been working together to fight malaria, which remains to be one of the world’s biggest threats.
Two students from Somerset have been awarded the GSK UK Young Scientist of the Year title for their project investigating birds’ responses to colour.