Antimicrobial Resistance (AMR) research at the Quadram Institute

Antimicrobial resistance is a global problem caused by bacteria which develop resistance to antimicrobial drugs. This is a serious life-threatening issue, as treating infections and safely performing routine medical procedures could become impossible. The Quadram Institute is contributing to the battle against AMR, but we need a coordinated coordinated global approach based on the One […]

Why do some antibiotics fail; animation about antibiotic resistance

SILENCE TRANQUIL MUSIC VOICE-OVER: Bacteria are tiny organisms that often multiply rapidly. Everyone carries good and bad bacteria. If there are too many bad bacteria, a serious infection can develop. That can make you very ill. The bacteria that cause such infections can be controlled using antibiotics. Antibiotics kill the bacteria or inhibit their growth. […]