Product-design students’ device aims to reduce AMR in humans

  20 September 2019

Starting out from a college project, four product-design students from Technological College Dublin have created a device aimed at reducing antimicrobial resistance (AMR) in humans, while also saving money for farmers and animal owners.

Further reading: The Irish Times
Author(s): Fiona Alston
Engaged Students   Healthy Animals   Smart Innovations  
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