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Professor James Ebdon reveals his experience of pitching bacteriophages to the Commons Science and Technology Committee.
Applied Microbiology International (AMI) member Shamik Roy was among a group of young scientists and engineers who quizzed government representatives at the Voice of the Future event this week.
Applied Microbiology International (AMI) has welcomed the EU Commission President’s recent mention of starting work on associating the UK to the €100bn (£88.6bn) Horizon Europe programme.
A regulatory pathway needs to be developed if the UK is to reap the benefits of bacteriophage therapy, Applied Microbiology International (AMI) has warned.
Applied Microbiology International is urging the UK Government to launch an inquiry to explore the regulatory barriers and opportunities for bacteriophage therapy in the UK, in order to explore their potential as an alternative or addition to conventional antimicrobial drugs.
Applied Microbiology International’s pitch to explore bacteriophages as an alternative to antimicrobial drugs has been selected by the Commons Science and Technology Committee as the winner of the My Science inquiry.
On 29 November 2022, AMI held a roundtable with policy experts on the next steps for the UK with regards to AMR.