A new study of domestic and hospital drinking water systems found Legionella in 41% of samples – with Flinders University researchers making a key connection between […]
More efficient use of vaccines, investigating ‘superbug’ resistance and an improved treatment for diabetic foot ulcers are the targets of three new innovative research projects at […]
Hospitals and homes are havens for germs and disease – but a well-regulated hot water system can prevent the spread of waterborne pathogens, including an emerging […]
Treatment of severe infections caused by pathogenic bacteria relies on ‘last resort’ antibiotics, but rising resistance by ‘superbugs’ to most clinically approved drugs leaves patients exposed […]
Sexually transmitted infection (STI) gonorrhea is on the rise as a major public health burden worldwide, with around 87 million new infections a year largely caused […]
Flinders environmental health research is behind a successful wastewater treatment project in rural South Australia which is leading the way in sustainable water reuse, energy savings […]
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.
A deadly bug which strikes the sick, injured and those undergoing invasive medical procedures will come under the microscope as part of a Flinders Uni study.