How could smart surfaces help tackle infection and antimicrobial resistance?

  21 March 2020

One solution includes antimicrobial surfaces – surfaces that have the potential to reduce microbial attachment, have an antimicrobial effect, and disrupt the habitat of microbes.

The Institute for Molecular Science and Engineering has brought together world leading experts within Imperial College London in bio-mechanical engineering, surface engineering, medicine, infection control, and microbiology to investigate the potential for these surfaces to tackle antimicrobial resistance in clinical settings.

 

Further reading: Imperial College London
Author(s): Kieran Brophy
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