Could honey be the answer to antibiotic resistance?

Could honey be the answer to antibiotic resistance?

Free event

Microbiologist, Dr Nural Cokcetin, is part of a team at the University of Technology Sydney’s ithree Institute working on alternatives for treating skin infections.

Learn how Dr Cokcetin’s research has identified Australian honey as a medicinal powerhouse and how these findings have put Australian honey on the international radar. It’s also been game-changing for the Australian beekeeping industry, and for clinicians seeking treatments for skin infections and wounds that are not responding to current conventional treatments.

Also speaking on Tuesday in this Sydney Science Festival event: Associate Professor Sheila Donnelly, a parasitologist from UTS School of Life Sciences on Could worms be the answer to halting Multiple Sclerosis?

  • UTS Science: Worms & Honey – Unlikely Heroes
  • Tuesday 15 August, 6 – 7.30pm
  • UTS City Campus, Great Hall
  • Tickets are free but bookings are essential
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