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Behind the science
Discover how we're getting ahead
‘Three facts scientists have learned about RSV – and why sharing them could help protect those most at risk’
Robots, AI, and machine learning: how smart manufacturing is getting medicines and vaccines from factories to patients faster
In the face of climate change, vaccines play a crucial but underestimated role
‘Adult vaccination plays an essential role in healthy ageing, so let’s prioritise prevention and make it a new standard of care’
A preventative patient-centred approach is key to transforming respiratory care and relieving struggling services
‘It can get very serious, very quickly’: the symptoms, risks, and ways to prevent pneumonia everyone should know about
'Prevention is the best medicine to stop disease before it starts'
Millions of people living with chronic hepatitis B are unaware they have the virus. So why aren’t they getting diagnosed?
‘You can’t be what you can’t see’: Why diversity in STEM is key to greater medical innovation
‘AI has already transformed medical innovation. Let’s not let fears of technology stop us from realising its incredible potential.’
Our people are central to our success. That’s why we’re inspired to help the most diverse and outstanding talent to thrive and be happy at work, in a culture where we’re ambitious for patients, accountable for impact and do the right thing.
My GSK Story
Meet Marc: finding creativity in the art of science
My GSK story
Meet Katie: elevating the voice of the patient
My GSK story
Meet Lorenzo: bringing diverse talent to GSK
Meet P.J.: how a life-changing diagnosis changed his career
Meet Melanie: focused on helping more patients with hepatitis B