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AMR requires us to consider how human life is entangled with microbial life, animal life, plant life, and the environment.
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Sustainable aquaculture in Bangladesh
Rather than asking how antibiotics enable livelihoods in situations of increasing precarity, our research asks whether it is possible to...
Antimicrobials are central to many contemporary forms of care and production for humans, animals, plants and even objects – clothing,...
Presenting summaries of, and links to, relevant books and journal articles on the topic of antimicrobials in society.