The Swedish Research and Innovation funders invite you to a press briefing and breakfast at European Science Open Forum, ESOF 2012 in Dublin.
Antibiotic resistant bacteria are increasing and spreading at an alarming speed. The bacterial evolution is overwhelming our antibiotic defense. More and more bacteria are becoming resistant to antibiotics resulting in fatal consequences for millions of people.
We need common action and responsibility for the development of new effective antibiotics and to stop antibiotic misuse.
Welcome to a press briefing on antibiotic resistance and listen to the big challenges that our community is facing!Date: Thursday July 12 at 7.45-8.45 a.m. Breakfast is served from 7.45 a.m.
Jan Grawé, QLinea, www.qlinea.com
Open seminar: An open seminar with the same theme will be held at the Speakers’ Platform in the exhibition hall at 12.15-1.15 p.m. on July 12th
Visit us at Stand 25! Meet the scientists and innovators and become a Doctor for a Day! Test the UV Machine to see if you are carrying bacteria.
Find out more and get updated at www.forskning.se/antibioticresistance Twitter: #uselessantibiotics
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