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This little thing changed the world. Science Museum London

A world without antibiotics would be a dark place indeed

The introduction into clinical practice of antibiotics is arguably the most significant medical advance of the 20th century. Together with immunisation and better public sanitation, they’ve had a significant…
Bacteria, such as Staphylococcus aureus, communicate via chemical signals – and can now be studied in three dimensions. NIAID

3D printed structures reveal bacterial ‘chit-chat

In an article published today in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, researchers from the University of…

‘Kills 99.9% of germs’ - not anymore

A study on bacteria in streams and river sediments of the Chicago metropolitan region has found an increased presence of…
Time to shelve our overuse of antibiotics. Elsamu

Superbugs move faster than governments can act

Infections and deaths caused by superbugs are increasing every year. So the government’s five-year strategy to tackle the problem, if a little tardy, is a welcome step. In January, Chief Medical Officer…
Whole genome sequencing can help identify the source of the antibiotic resistance. Shutterstock

Genomic analysis could help win the fight against superbugs

Some recent headlines from Australian newspapers: NSW hospitals worst place for Golden Staph; CA-MRSA - the killer in our midst; Superbug onslaught. By now, most people are aware that antibiotic-resistant…
Gene expression signatures in blood can help distinguish between viral and bacterial causes of fever in young children. Shutterstock

Virus or bacteria? Using human genes to identify a fever’s cause

Scientists have discovered a new way of distinguishing between childhood fevers caused by viral infections and those caused…
A microscopic version of this kills bacteria. Ed Schipul

Silver bullets kill bacteria, not werewolves or witches

The use of silver in medicine is as old as western medicine itself. Hippocrates is known to have used it to treat ulcers and wounds, the Romans almost certainly knew of its healing properties, its use…

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