05 Nov 2018
The threats posed by antimicrobial resistance (AMR) have gained much international attention over recent years, as exemplified by high-level commitments from the World Health Organization, the United Nations and leaders of the G20 nations. Microbiological research on AMR has also intensified, covering broad areas including human and animal disease, food safety and the environment. Microbiologists are collaborating more deeply with researchers from other scientific disciplines and social science, enabled by cross-disciplinary research grants.
The Society for Applied Microbiology (SfAM), working alongside with partner
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