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Aussies band together to address antimicrobial resistance

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OUTBREAK - a research project bringing together 23 Aussie research organisations - will be an AI-powered 'knowledge engine' of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) in Australia with the potential to scale globally.

With the support of the Australian Government and leadership of University of Technology, Sydney, this project sees groups such as CSIRO, Uni of SA, gut microbiome analysis biotech Microba, Oracle and others contributing to helping predict and prevent AMR outbreaks before they can occur on a global scale. | http://bit.ly/2P83uTQ

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lynnwood @ 2020.01.21 1:12 PM
An AI Powered knowledge engine sounds like a great idea!

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By Mel

21st January 2020

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