Monthly Archives: September 2016

Antibiotic alternatives: ‘We kind of pride ourselves in my research group of doing the crazy stuff’

As the world loses its upper hand in the antibiotic arms race, it raises the specter of un-treatable infections resulting from routine surgeries. But a Canadian scientist has discovered a surprising source of potential antibiotic options. Over the past few months, there’s been grim … Continue reading

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Antibacterial Ingredients in Indoor Dust Could Contribute to Antibiotic Resistance

To better understand the problem of antibiotic-resistant bacteria, researchers have been piecing together its contributing factors. Now in the ACS journal Environmental Science & Technology, scientists report for the first time a link between antimicrobial substances such as triclosan in … Continue reading

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