A research group at Leiden University in The Netherlands is using artificial intelligence (AI) to find new types of antibiotics. The software could replace the old cultivation method.
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German researchers have developed a method to determine the vitality of cyanobacteria more quickly in order to make them suitable for the production of antibiotics.
British researchers could show that a medieval eye salve made from natural ingredients kills bacteria that are resistant to antibiotics.
Research into the cholera bacterium has yielded a new therapeutic approach that can be applied to almost all infectious diseases. New drugs developed on this […]
Multi-resistant germs evoke the specter of terror for people who have to go to the hospital. According to information from the German Federal Ministry of […]
For the third year in a row, students of the Eindhoven University of Technology are organising the SensUs student competition. The competition aims to promote […]
Four scientists from the University of Helsinki have found a drug that can even attack the antibiotic-resistant MRSA bacteria in hospitals.
A start-up in Delft is growing microalgae in photobioreactors, refining it into a superfood, and bottling it as a naturally blue tonic.
Nijmegen-based biotech company is dependent on capital from venture investors and receives little extra money from the government for Corona research
Plasmacure develops a product that treats wounds with cold plasma.
TraceBook analyzes patient data and advises healthcare professionals on suitable treatments. Patients heal faster and have a better chance of recovery.
Leading covid research shows whether someone has Corona, based on a CT scan or X-ray photo
Scientists at the German Leibniz Institute for Catalysis have discovered a method that uses sunlight to fully degrade organic contaminants in wastewater.
"If we don't act, antibiotic-resistant infections threaten to become the leading cause of death worldwide by the year 2050."
In the weekly ‘follow-up’ section we present a sequel to last week’s best-read article here on Innovation Origins. This week it was the story about […]
Viruses are the building blocks of life. They have made human evolution possible. But they can also make us ill. “When viruses make people ill, […]
Researchers at Syddansk University in Denmark have discovered that the effect of antibiotics can be improved with a substance found in the hemp plant cannabis. […]
A protective layer of graphite nanoplates on implants can prevent infections in patients. That is what scientists at Chalmers University of Technology in Sweden have […]
The world is firmly in the stranglehold of the novel corona virus SARS-CoV-2, and fear of it is bringing out the darkest sides in many […]
As early as the early 1990s, Adri Bout had already realized that fishing ‘would become a niche, something quite special’. Bout managed to set up […]