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Compounds show promise in search for tuberculosis antibiotics
Scientists find new way to kill tuberculosis
Streamlined diagnostic approach to COVID-19 can avoid potential testing logjam
Liverpool scientists receive UK aid to save lives from deadly diseases
Wider repercussions for COVID focus
Eight things you need to know about worldwide hunt for a COVID-19 vaccine
New cell profiling method could speed TB drug discovery
Green light for ground-breaking bovine TB vaccine field trials
Phone-based HIV support system repurposed for COVID-19 monitoring in Uganda
UBCO researchers team up with industry partner to clear air
MIT team collaborates with 3M to develop rapid Covid-19 test
Genetic ‘fingerprints’ of first COVID-19 cases help manage pandemic
Aerosol transmission may spread COVID-19
WHO: access to HIV medicines severely impacted by COVID-19 as AIDS response stalls
Researchers test tuberculosis vaccine combination for COVID-19
Effort to screen potential COVID-19 antiviral drugs underway
Treating Fear With TB Medication, UT Clinicians’ Tailored Approach
Funding boost to fight drug-resistant tuberculosis in Indo-Pacific
Funding boost to fight tuberculosis in Indo-Pacific
‘Harmless’ bacteria turning deadly
Research projects to fight antimicrobial resistance and tuberculosis in Pacific region
Vital Australian research projects to fight antimicrobial resistance and TB in Pacific
Act-Accelerator update
Nine McGill COVID-19 projects to receive CIHR funding
Rigid treatments can cause disease to spread
IdeaStream 2020 goes virtual
TB cases and deaths predicted to spike due to COVID-19
Scientists make step forward in development of COVID-19 animal vaccines
Funding for research of antibiotic-resistant tuberculosis
Targeted interventions can improve future of world’s most vulnerable
Researchers Seek Feedback on Ultraviolet Disinfection Technologies
Tuberculosis spread from animals to humans greater than previously thought
Pharmacy grad mixes love of science with passion for helping people
Reprogramming of immune system cures child with often-fatal fungal infection
A potential new weapon in war against superbugs
2021 CSL Centenary Fellowships
COVID-19 aid rethink welcome, but must go beyond our immediate region – CEO
Structural changes: How pandemic could influence architecture
Tackling COVID-19: Professor James Wood
Coronavirus and Far Right: Seizing Moment?
Imperial’s international networks of scientists tackling coronavirus pandemic
Scientists pivot to COVID-19 research, hoping for quick results to deal with pandemic
Curtin health research granted more than $1 million in NHMRC funding
Making an impact through chemical engineering
Anthropologists, physicians and tribal leaders develop a strategy for managing COVID-19 among an indigenous
Fighting TB with light and sound
WHO: People living longer and healthier lives but COVID-19 threatens to throw progress off track
Commemorating Smallpox Eradication – a legacy of hope, for COVID-19 and other diseases