How old antibiotic compounds could become tomorrow's life-saving drugs

It may also be possible for humans to live within their environmental means. But if present trends continue, there will be no way for both of these things to happen at the same time.

Bad news, Earthlings: It may be possible for everyone on the planet to live a “good” life.

As the fight against drug-resistant infections continues, University of Leeds scientists are looking back at previously discarded chemical compounds, to see if any could be developed for new antibiotics.

Source: Science Daily

A study led by researchers at the University of Leeds found that currently, no country in the world meets its citizens' needs at a sustainable level of resource use.

Source: Daily Mail

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