Four major new China-UK research collaborations will tackle antibacterial resistance.
28 Nov 2018
Four UK universities to conduct research into AMR in Thailand and East Africa.
22 Jun 2018
Scientists are warning of growing levels of resistance to antifungal drugs.
18 May 2018
Join us at the 'UKRI Superhero Funfair' on 25 April at London's Science Museum.
18 Apr 2018
Research Councils sponsor Superbug exhibition highlighting the urgent need to tackle antibiotic resistance
12 Oct 2017
The new system allows researchers to study human infection by generating conditions that more closely reflect the effects of TB bacteria in humans
8 Mar 2017
UK-China research collaboration informs China ban on colistin in animal feed
17 Nov 2016
New £13m programme between India and UK to fund research into antibiotic resistance
9 Nov 2016
The investments were announced during the India-UK Tech Summit being held in New Delhi.
8 Nov 2016
An initiative intended to strengthen research and innovation between the UK and partner countries.
9 Aug 2016
Spotlight on: Antimicrobial resistance
Antibiotics discovery is considered one of the greatest medical achievements of the 20th century. But antibiotics are rapidly becoming ineffective. Their overuse – and misuse – in agriculture and human medicine, has led to a growing number of bacteria in humans, animals and the environment that are resistant to them. Read more about antimicrobial resistance and what MRC is doing to tackle it.
From the Atlantic Ocean to our own backyards, our researchers have been hunting high and low to help better understand and tackle superbugs. This blog highlights some of the teams carrying out this fascinating research.
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