Our media support and press coverage

Working closely with our media partners, we have expanded the reach of our communications to make even more people aware of how they can get involved with COVID-19 testing.

See below our recently published news and articles focused on the Scientists on Standby initiative.

Featured interview with Technology Networks Editor, Ashley Board
Featured interview with Technology Networks Editor, Ashley Board

Latest press release

Scientists on Standby portal launched to support the recruitment of overflow resource for the testing of COVID-19

 

Latest press release

Scientists on Standby portal launched to support the recruitment of overflow resource for the testing of COVID-19

 

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Latest Q&As

In a recent interview with Michael Schubert, Editor of The Pathologist, Drs Clare Russell and Paul Avery talk through the set up of Scientists on Standby and how current initiatives and collaborations can support in the national screening efforts for COVID-19.

 

In a recent interview for Lab Innovations, Paul Avery and Clare Russell explain how the Scientists on Standby initiative got started, and how scientists can get involved.

 

In a recent interview with Michael Schubert, Editor of The Pathologist, Drs Clare Russell and Paul Avery talk through the set up of Scientists on Standby and how current initiatives and collaborations can support in the national screening efforts for COVID-19.

 

In a recent interview for Lab Innovations, Paul Avery and Clare Russell explain how the Scientists on Standby initiative got started, and how scientists can get involved.

 

Featured interviews

Co-founder, Dr Paul Avery talks to Ashley Board, Editor of Technology Networks, about the conceptualisation of Scientists on Standby and the rapid pace at which the support for COVID-19 screening is progressing with government organisations and collaborative life science and healthcare networks.

 

Dr Paul Avery speaks on the BBC’s technology programme ‘Click’, where he explains which healthcare and life science professionals the Scientists on Standby platform is designed to connect with during the global COVID-19 pandemic and the national initiative to combat the virus. 
Co-founder, Dr Paul Avery talks to Ashley Board, Editor of Technology Networks, about the conceptualisation of Scientists on Standby and the rapid pace at which the support for COVID-19 screening is progressing with  government organisations and collaborative life science and healthcare networks. 

 

Dr Paul Avery speaks on the BBC’s technology programme ‘Click’, where he explains which healthcare and life science professionals the Scientists on Standby platform is designed to connect with during the global COVID-19 pandemic and the national initiative to combat the virus.
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