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Tagged With: AMR

Targeting Antimicrobial Resistance

By Josephine Hellberg MRSB,¬†DPhil Physiology, Anatomy and Genetics student at the University of Oxford and science policy intern at the Royal Society of Biology. Take part in a tweetchat on AMR from 15:00 – 16:00 GMT on Friday 18th November by following and tweeting with #AntibioticFuture This week is World Antibiotic Awareness Week 2016; which … Continue reading »

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Innovation: a new way to fight antimicrobial resistance

By Tamar Ghosh, Lead for the Longitude Prize, Nesta The UK members of the European Federation of Biotechnology and the Learned Society Partnership on AMR are hosting a Policy Lates event on Monday 10th October as part of Biology Week: Tackling antimicrobial resistance crisis – what roles will regulation and innovation play? Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) … Continue reading »

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The fight against multidrug resistant bacteria

By Arthur Neuberger, PhD student at The University of Cambridge Being selected to present my research at the House of Commons in London as part of SET for Britain 2016 was both an exceptional honour and a unique opportunity to raise awareness of potentially the biggest threat to human health that our global society faces … Continue reading »

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Scientists design new tool to help fight antibiotic resistance

By Ellie Welch, science media researcher at ISIS Neutron and Muon Source, Science and Technology Facilities Council, Rutherford Appleton Laboratory. The first working model of a bacterial membrane has been created by researchers at the ISIS Neutron and Muon Source in collaboration with Newcastle University. This model of E. coli will be an important tool … Continue reading »

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