CSIRO partners with Cicada to translate ‘superbug’ research

  17 November 2021

The national science agency has partnered with a deep tech incubator to try and build out a local industry for antimicrobial resistance products, warning the pipeline for new “superbug” treatments is running dry.

CSIRO and Sydney deep tech incubator Cicada Innovations will offer local SMEs and researchers free training to commercialise their work into solutions for antimicrobial resistance (AMR), the emerging global public health threat where disease causing germs stop responding to medicine.

Further reading: CSIRO
Author(s): Joseph Brookes
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