A New Polymer Reverses Antibiotic Resistance and Boosts Existing Antibiotics

IBM researchers have created a new molecule able to fight antibiotic resistance. By modifying the pathogens biomacromolecules (seen right), the molecule allows drugs to reach their target and work as intended.
Dr. James Hedrick, material scientist at IBM Research in Almaden

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