Microbiology & Immunology
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FACT: Diallyl sulfide, a compound found in garlic, was much more effective than two standard antibiotics at wiping out bacteria responsible for digestive system infections.

Recent News & Events

UPCOMING SEMINAR: Dr Chris Greening, Postdoctoral Fellow

Posted on: 2 February 2015

2.00pm Monday, 2 February
Room 228
2nd floor, Biochemistry Building
710 Cumberland St

Dr Roslyn Kemp awarded Genesis Oncology Trust Funding

Posted on: 26 January 2015

Congratulations to Dr Roslyn Kemp, who has been awarded a $39,407 Genesis Oncology Grant for her project entitled Improved survival with cimetidine in early colorectal cancer: impact on the Immunoscore.

High school students get a taste of life as a microbiologist

Posted on: 14 January 2015

Groups of senior high school students have been experiencing life in the lab as part of the University's Hands-On Science programme this week.

Otago to host 2015 Microscopy New Zealand conference, 2-6 February

Posted on: 8 January 2015

The Otago Centre for Electron Microscopy (OCEM) and the Otago Centre for Confocal Microscopy (OCCM) will host the 27th New Zealand Conference on Microscopy, be held from Monday the 2nd of February to Friday the 6th of February 2015.