Wednesday 8 September 2010

"Biofilm Battleground" Microbe Magazine, 8 September 2010

"Biofilm Battleground" Microbe Magazine, 8 September 2010

Increasing evidence of the damage caused by bacterial biofilms, in both the human body and the environment, is prompting research into new strategies for dealing with them.

This is the latest addition to a growing compendium of knowledge about the harm caused by microbial biofilms even in locations where past investigators believed their activities were well understood and effectively controlled. In collaboration with coworkers at the Australian Institute for Commercialisation, Melbourne, and OneSteel Market Mills Technology, Newcastle, the Flinders researchers initiated the work following several failures in galvanized piping in different parts of Australia over the past decade.

View the full article on Microbe Magazine

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