• One step closer to a Chlamydia vaccine

    Researchers from Danish SSI and Imperial College London have published promising results from the first clinical trials of a vaccine against chlamydia. This represents a significant step toward a preventative...

  • World Polio Day: moving even closer to eradication

    On World Polio Day, Rotary International’s PolioPlus director Carol Pandak explains the latest progress towards eradicating the disease, the remaining barriers to achieving this aim and how this work against...

  • Understanding drug-resistant TB

    Drug-resistant tuberculosis causes one third of all antimicrobial resistance related deaths, presenting an enormous challenge. The threat is growing and has the potential to spiral out of control as drugs...

  • September’s top news stories

    Gavi Vaccine Alliance seeks $7. 4bn to immunise 300 million people and Researchers find new drug with promise for malaria treatment. Pharmaceutical-technology.com wraps up key headlines from September 2019.

  • Timeline: using viruses to fight disease

    Since the invention of vaccines to treat infections in the 18th century, there have been significant advances in using viruses to fight a range of more complex, non-infectious diseases. Allie...