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  1. World Health Assembly accepts WHO action plan on AMR
    World Health Assembly accepts WHO action plan on AMR

    Today (25 May 2015) the World Health Assembly has accepted the WHO action plan on antimicrobial resistance, setting out required actions to tackle the growing problem of antimicrobial resistance.

  2. Journal highlight - Investigating bacteria that may contribute to melting Antarctica's ice
    Journal highlight - Investigating bacteria that may contribute to melting Antarctica's ice

    Different bulk and active bacterial communities in cryoconite from the margin and interior of the Greenland ice sheet

  3. Microbes hitting the headlines
    Microbes hitting the headlines

    What are the microbes responsible for current headlines, how are they transmitted and what can we do to cure or avoid them.

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  1. sfamtweets: World Health Assembly accepts @WHO action plan on antimicrobial resistance #AMR #WHA68 http://t.co/LpoSdl6cDd

    10:23 PM May 25

  2. sfamtweets: Congratulations Nicola Stanley Wall @MMB_UoD for winning the WHPierce prize from @SfAMtweets

    1:04 PM May 25