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Cynthia Whitchurch is researching how to stop the spread of bacteria, Sydney, 2016
Cynthia Whitchurch is researching how to stop the spread of bacteria, Sydney, 2016
Case study for research on how pets, like humans, are also threatened by antibiotic resistant bacteria. Bruces Lexi Monaghan's with cat Rufus.
Case study for research on how pets, like humans, are also threatened by antibiotic resistant bacteria. Bruces Lexi Monaghan's with cat Rufus.
Case study for research on how pets, like humans, are also threatened by antibiotic resistant bacteria. Bruces Lexi Monaghan's with cat Rufus.
Case study for research on how pets, like humans, are also threatened by antibiotic resistant bacteria. Bruces Lexi Monaghan's with cat Rufus.
Case study for research on how pets, like humans, are also threatened by antibiotic resistant bacteria. Bruces Lexi Monaghan's with cat Rufus.
Dr Mike Manefield, a microbiologist
Dr Kang Liang of CSIRO, story on new  technology that can protect proteins in drugs and vaccinations from heat, bacteria and other hostile environments by applying the concept of a sea urchin's shell
Dr Kang Liang of CSIRO, story on new  technology that can protect proteins in drugs and vaccinations from heat, bacteria and other hostile environments by applying the concept of a sea urchin's shell
Dr Kang Liang of CSIRO, story on new  technology that can protect proteins in drugs and vaccinations from heat, bacteria and other hostile environments by applying the concept of a sea urchin's shell
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Dr Kang Liang of CSIRO, story on new technology that can protect proteins in drugs and vaccinations from heat, bacteria and other hostile environments by applying the concept of a sea urchin's shell
Dr Kang Liang of CSIRO, story on new  technology that can protect proteins in drugs and vaccinations from heat, bacteria and other hostile environments by applying the concept of a sea urchin's shell
Dr Kang Liang of CSIRO, story on new  technology that can protect proteins in drugs and vaccinations from heat, bacteria and other hostile environments by applying the concept of a sea urchin's shell
Stem Cell research at the
Eggs Boiling, 27 June 2007.
Rowers traing on the Yarra
Dr Cindy Pan, a researcher
Dr Tony Taylor, a post
This storm water drain which
A workman prepares pipes that
Dr Tony Taylor, a post
A workmen prepares pipes that
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