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This thin film is a promising addition to the anti-bacterial toolbox

The technology developed by researchers is capable of repelling antibiotic-resistant “superbugs”

Extensive use of antibiotic drugs over the past many years has resulted in the creation of so-called “superbugs” — bacteria that have developed an immunity to these drugs. The problem is…




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