With air pollution and airborne contaminants emerging as leading causes of illness and death, ecologists are calling for closer examination of the ‘invisible friends’ which live […]
Like false-negative results for virus testing, Flinders University experts have found that standard testing for Legionnaires’ disease is not always fail safe. To counter the […]
Flinders University scientists are looking to bacteriophages – highly specific viruses – as the best way to attack antibiotic-resistant bacterial superbug infections.
Microbiologists from Flinders University are teaming up with their Israeli counterparts at the Weizmann Institute to study how common bugs including E coli and Staphylococcus become resistant to antibiotics.
Graduating twins Megan and Amy Hawley say they have effectively been their own study group – and now they’re moving on to PhDs.