Dr. Adam Roberts

Liverpool School of Tropical Medicine

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Dr. Adam Roberts on KCRW

The “Swab and Send” Facebook page features lots of pictures of petri dishes in various stages of color and fuzz. They are bacteria samples from the dirtiest places around the world.

How crowdsourcing bacteria samples can help develop new antibiotics

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