Plastic Particles and Climate Change as Drivers for Antimicrobial Resistance

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EU-funded research project deals with plastic pollution and the spread of antimicrobial resistance in aquatic systems

A research project based at Heidelberg University and Heidelberg University Hospital targets plastic particles and climate change as driving factors for the spread of antimicrobial resistance (AMR) in the environment. The participating researchers will investigate socio-ecological interactions within aquatic habitats affected by plastic pollution, contamination with antibiotics and climatic influences, and explore environmental and health-related impacts in the context of Planetary Health. ...

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