Registered team EDPAL are actively looking for collaborators to submit an entry to the Longitude Prize.
Since penicillin was first used in the 1940s, gonorrhoea bacteria have developed resistance to every antibiotic that has been used to treat them.
We recently held 4 events in India, in Delhi, Bangalore, Hyderabad and Mumbai to encourage new teams and individuals to get involved.
The latest report from the AMR Review proposes better use of rapid diagnostic tests to curb resistance to antimicrobials.
Prof. Adam Roberts is Senior Lecturer in Molecular Microbiology at the UCL Eastman Dental Institute, and Advisor to the Longitude Prize.
Joanne Bosanquet is Deputy Chief Nurse for Public Health England.
We held our first major event in the United States at Harvard Business School, bringing together local leading minds working on antimicrobial resistance.
In May, eight teams from the UK, the US and Finland put forward the first ideas to compete for the Longitude Prize.
The rate of drug resistance for E.Coli in blood in China is three times that in the UK. Could an innovative diagnostic solution to help stop drug resistance come from China?