Coronavirus activity, research and news
Our University community has been working tirelessly with local, national and international partners to respond to Covid-19 and the unprecedented challenges the virus presents. This page aims to bring together just some of the responses of our world leading researchers, students and professional service staff.
A wide-ranging summary of Surrey's many contributions has been illustrated in our infographic, from practical support and PPE supplies for the NHS and other local health and care providers to vital research, vaccine development and testing. Our academics are also contributing to the wider Covid-19 debate via The Conversation. You can also check out how research and innovation at the University of Surrey is making a difference in the fight against Covid-19 on our dedicated Covid-19 research page.
University reflects on its contribution to the Covid-19 effort
The University of Surrey is working locally, nationally and internationally to support the many communities we are a part of during the battle against the Covid-19 pandemic.
Watch our film to find out more about Surrey’s contribution to the Covid-19 crisis and how our staff and students have adapted in these unprecedented times.
New review explores effective sampling techniques for collecting airborne viruses and ultrafine particles
12 March 2021
Looking forwards rather than backwards safeguards wellbeing during Covid-19 lockdowns
5 January 2021
Urgent research into how ageing immune system responds to Covid-19 needed
10 November 2020
University of Surrey to become trial site for new Covid-19 vaccine developed by Imperial College London
28 July 2020