Tag Archives: antibiotics

Paper Out: Heavy metal pollution and co-selection for antibiotic resistance: A microbial palaeontology approach

A paper that was a long time in the making came out last week. Lead author Andy Dickinson (since moved for a PhD in astrobiology in Edinburgh) did a Masters by Research project with Britt Koskella (since moved to Berkeley) … Continue reading

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ABX: The Antibiotic Discovery Accelerator Network

I missed the last day at FEMS in Glasgow because of a meeting on Antibiotic Discovery held at the Eden Project organised by Matt Uptons group at the University of Plymouth. ABX: The Antibiotic Discovery Accelerator Network was set up … Continue reading

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Michael Mosley vs The Superbugs

Last night the documentary “Michael Mosley vs The Superbugs aired on BBC4 (still available for a month on iPlayer for people in the UK). Anne Leonard, PhD and now postdoc with Will Gaze, is featured with her ‘Beach Bum‘ study … Continue reading

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SETAC Nantes 2016

Another guest post, this time by Isobel Stanton, a PhD student who started work with Will Gaze October last year, co-funded by BBSRC and the pharmaceutical company AstraZeneca Global Environment (co-supervised by Prof Jason Snape). (See here for an overview … Continue reading

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Discovering New Antibiotics

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paper out: antibiotic production without significant costs

This blog aims to give colleagues, collaborators, students and anyone else who might be interested an overview of the research carried out in the coastal pathogens group.The most tangible output by scientists are their publications and every newly published paper … Continue reading

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