This week we headed north to the University of Edinburgh to attend part of a week long programme for international students about diagnostics development.
New film CATCH tells the story of Tom and his daughter Amy. When Amy gets sick during a lethal pandemic, Tom must make an impossible decision: give her up to the authorities or risk infection himself.
The term “Animal Research” is laden with implications and questions. Here's what an infectious diseases microbiologist has to say, including its use in AMR research.
The Longitude Prize welcomes the creation of the Africa Centres for Disease Control and Prevention.
How might new medical technologies impact on a patient’s ability to make informed choices about their own health?
One approach to tackling AMR is the use of antibiotic adjuvants, also referred to as resistance breakers and antibiotic potentiators.
At the World Economic Forum’s Annual Meeting in Davos, the UK’s Chief Medical Officer Professor Dame Sally Davies announced £250,000 of Discovery Award seed funding for diagnostic tests that could win the Longitude Prize.
A science teacher in Scotland shares her experience of using Superbugs, our mobile game, in the classroom as part of Biology Week.
We have made rapid advances in our technical ability to determine gene function, and we are using it to discover how bacteria resist antibiotics.
The 2017 Longitude Explorer Prize challenges young people to solve healthcare issues with the Internet of Things.
A look back at the year's highlights in antibiotic resistance.
Actress Cathy Belton does a reading of our sci-fi anthology, Infectious Futures.