How robots could solve the antibiotics production crisis

The World Health Organisation, has highlighted a lack of new antibiotics in development which is leading to a crisis in antibiotic production and our ability to tackle infections. However, cutting-edge technology gives us a chink of hope in what could otherwise be seen as an intractable problem says Eriko Takano, Professor of Synthetic Biology at The University of Manchester. SYNBIOCHEM is combining the strengths of biology with the power of engineering to find new ways to deal with this problem.

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