rials have shown a vaccine produced by the Jenner Institute, who helped develop the Oxford coronavirus jab, to be the most effective weapon ever developed against malaria. Earlier trials in west Africa suggested that the R21/Matrix-M malaria jab might be 77 per cent effective in preventing the disease, an unprecedented level of success after the longest-running vaccine effort on any disease. For an in depth article about the vaccine and the work that went into developing it visit the Future Media News Facebook and Twitter feeds.