Last week most of the Phd students and one of the Post Docs attended the 8th International Meeting on Antimicrobial Peptides 2018 in Edinburgh. The conference was filled with interesting and relevant talks! One heavily debated subject was how we test activity of new compounds on bacteria (MIC-testing) and how we can make the testing conditions more “human like”. This will save us all both time and money. This is Erics cup of tea and we all wish him good luck solving this puzzle.
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The year is 2018, off course we are on social media! Search for DigiBiotics and you will find us!
Follow our Facebook page to hear more about the people in our project and what we are doing! Follow our Instagram account to check out what we do on a daily basis! Follow us on Twitter to stay updated on antibiotic resistance! Or just follow us on all platforms and see how we work and what we accomplish as a team of scientists!
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…is the year then DigiBiotics starts up.
We start up with the official kick-off at Sommarøy Arctic Hotel, January 24-25th. The event will gather the engaged PhD-students and PostDocs and their PIs, together with the Scientific Advisory Board consisting of Bob Hancock from the University of British Colombia, Peter Sjö from AstraZeneca and Deniz Tasdemir from Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research, Kiel, as well as representatives from Digital Life Norway and the Research Council of Norway.