Held on 10 September 2018 at the British Academy. Summary
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Explore the research themes that provide the foundation for our work.
AMR requires us to consider how human life is entangled with microbial life, animal life, plant life, and the environment.
The latest commentary on the use of antimicrobials in society.
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BMJ Opinion Piece: Antibiotics resistance and the modern...
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Presenting summaries of, and links to, relevant books and journal articles on the topic of antimicrobials in society.