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Global Network for Anti-Microbial Resistance and Infection Prevention

NAMRIP takes antimicrobial resistance to BBC Countryfile Live show

Published: 6 August 2016
The University's impressive tents were busy all day


The University of Southampton’s famous Roadshow made a fine sight in the splendid grounds of Blenheim Palace and every day the team were busy talking to people as keen members of the public visited our exhibits.

The story behind the problem of antimicrobial resistance engaged everyone and younger visitors were particularly fascinated by how 3D printing might help to avoid prescribing antibiotics to animals.

As you might expect from a Countryfile orientated audience, the Roadshow team saw evidence of great willingness to achieve sustainable systems to safeguard the future of both people and livestock.



NAMRIP - spreading the word about Anti_Microbial Resistance


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