UK scientists have discovered a technique similar to medieval stained glass-making that can completely eradicate the deadliest hospital infections within hours.
The world's bacteria may by travelling thousands of kilometres through the air instead of hitching rides with people and animals.
AdipoGen Life Sciences is a provider of key standard antibiotics, rare metabolites/antibiotics and common immunosuppressive antibiotics for use in research.
Paul Young, Professor of Virology and Head of School of Chemistry and Molecular Biosciences, University of Queensland, reflects on his long and rewarding career in virology and the exciting opportunities in the field.
The University of Sydney, Whiteley Corporation and the Innovative Manufacturing Cooperative Research Centre are teaming up to tackle biofilm infections.
BioFlux is a microfluidic platform analysis system with the ability to simultaneously grow up to 96 biofilms under controlled shear conditions. The product features quick and easy set-up with no messy pumps or tubing.
The Australian Society for Microbiology would like to invite you to Queensland for its Annual Scientific Meeting and Trade Exhibition. This year, the meeting will be held in Queensland's capital city, Brisbane, from 1–4 July.
The combined scientific meeting of The Australasian Association of Clinical Biochemists and the Australian Institute of Medical Scientists will be held at ICC Sydney from 3–5 September 2018.
BD has introduced the ability to execute in vitro rapid identification (ID) and antimicrobial susceptibility testing (AST) for meropenem-vaborbactam in its latest panel for the BD Phoenix Automated Microbiology System.
The genetic identification services Eurofins | ams provides allow for the identification and characterisation of bacterial, yeast and mould isolates to the species level.
According to a new study from UNSW, antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is not itself an epidemic. Rather, it has the potential to worsen pandemics or seasonal influenza epidemics, and should be kept in perspective.
CHROMagar Y.enterocolitica for detection and differentiation of pathogenic Yersinia enterocolitica strains18 September, 2017
CHROMagar has launched an updated version of CHROMagar Y.enterocolitica, with improved selectivity and sensitivity. Pathogenic strains are immediately differentiated from non-pathogenic Yersinia enterocolitica and other bacteria by a distinctive mauve colony colour.
UK researchers are taking part in a £1.5 million study aiming to antibiotic resistance in sepsis patients — the largest ever trial to look at biomarkers in the blood to see whether antibiotics should be continued or can be safely stopped.
LBT Innovations and joint venture company Clever Culture Systems AG have completed a comprehensive essential requirements review of the extensive documentation and data packs related to the APAS technology and certify requirements are met for CE Marking.
Professor Philip Hugenholtz is a microbiologist with a particular interest in 'microbial dark matter' — the vast majority of microorganisms that have not be grown on an agar plate.