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Viral vs. Bacterial: Why Antibiotics Fail the Flu?
February 20, 2024
This article explores the misconceptions around the use of antibiotics for treating viral infections. As the season changed, the cosy…
Beyond pills and profits to ensure an AMR-free future
November 30, 2023
This piece delves into the private health sector’s role in combating Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) in India and proposes the need…
Resisting Resistance with Wastewater Surveillance in the UK
November 16, 2023
In the ongoing effort to combat infectious diseases, a new and unexpected front has emerged: the wastewater network. Wastewater surveillance,…
Unveiling the Alarming Trends in AMR in India
October 5, 2023
A sneak peak into the recent Antimicrobial Resistance Research and Surveillance Network (AMRSN) 2022 Report Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) poses a…
Pen Meets Petri Dish: Merging Scientific Inquiry with Creative Narratives
September 1, 2023
“Pen Meets Petri Dish”: What happens when writers dive into the world of science? On July 1, 2023, this unique…
From Kerala to the World: Solutions for Tackling Antimicrobial Resistance
May 29, 2023
Antimicrobial resistance (AMR) poses a significant challenge to global public health...
Towards a pandemic-proof future
April 25, 2023
A project for surveillance of pathogens of public health concern in India...
We Need Space, Not Antibiotics: An Animal Farming View of AMR
December 9, 2022
Antimicrobial Resistance, or AMR, is a pandemic, whose deadly effects are becoming...
Tackling Antimicrobial resistance (AMR): from rhetoric to action
July 28, 2022
Antimicrobial resistance is a significant threat to public health. Various organizations...
Keeping an eye on antibiotic resistance
June 24, 2022
The eye which serves the important function of vision requires to be safeguarded from physical insults and infections...
Antimicrobial Resistance: We MUST discuss it, we MUST stop it
April 3, 2022
The discovery of the antibiotic Penicillin by Alexander Fleming in the year 1928 spawned the antibiotics era...
The YELDANDI Prescription for Combating AMR: In conversation with Vijay V. Yeldandi
December 14, 2021
Infection Disease (ID) specialists play a critical role in tackling global health problems such as...
ReActing to Superbugs with Philip Mathew
December 3, 2021
Philip Mathew is a public health researcher and currently AMR advisor at The International Centre for Antimicrobial Resistance Solutions...
The Superbugs Inspector with Uma Bala Pamidimukkala
November 30, 2021
The development of new antimicrobials and other and biomedical interventions alone will...
Farming Sustainably to Fight AMR with G.V.Ramanjaneyulu
November 25, 2021
Agriculture, on which 70% of the rural households are dependent, accounts for around 22% of...
Finding the Right Antibiotics with Suman Kapur
November 22, 2021
Suman Kapur and her team based at BITS Pilani, Hyderabad, have developed a unique device...
Building Evidence to Stop Superbugs with Jyoti Joshi
November 19, 2021
Jyoti Joshi, Head of South Asia, Center for Disease Dynamics Economics and Policy (CDDEP)...
From Surviving AMR to Advocating Action with Pranav Johri
November 18, 2021
Pranav Johri is a patient-turned-entrepreneur who founded Vitalis Phage Therapy...
Saathvik’s ‘Superheroes Against Superbugs’ Story
November 16, 2021
For the longest time, I thought that all diseases could be cured through medical treatments...
Grassroots Comics on Antibiotic Resistance
June 11, 2021
India is at the forefront of the global epidemic of Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR)...
Common myths about microbes
June 11, 2021
Are bacteria and viruses very different? Are we at war with microbes? Are all microbes evolving ways to infect and kill us?
5 Questions with Superheroes Against Superbugs
June 10, 2021
Children can change the world! So that’s why we were excited to meet the creators of Superheroes Against Superbugs...
Mapping bacterial growth to fight superbugs
May 24, 2021
Many antibiotics work by inhibiting cell wall formation in bacteria. But in a bid to survive as...