On Friday afternoon I gave first year students a leture about microbiology (yes, all of it :-) Along the way, I touched on the idea of the post-antibiotic era and posed a question as to whether nanotechnology might be able to rescue the failing antimicrobials pipeline. The truth is, I don’t really know that much about nanotechology, but The Guardian has a rather good introductory guide this weekend, Nanotechnology World, sponsored by NanoChannels:
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