The Brillance of Ingenuity

CFD Research work featured in Washington Post Health & Science news

The Washington Post published an article about using microbes called extremophiles to combat superbugs and biowarfare agents. Our own AJ Singhal was interviewed and quoted in the article!

AJ talks about looking at extremophiles for new chemistries to utilize as advanced antibiotics, and the process required to go from remote field collected samples to identifying and developing promising candidates.

Read the whole story in the Washington Post:

Microbes called extremophiles might combat superbugs, biowarfare agents

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