Scientific collaboration is as strong as ever, five years since the UK decision to break with Brussels.
An open letter to the G7 from the BactiVac Network emphasising the need for a global effort to combat the threat posed by anti-microbial resistant bacteria.
Over 200 scientists and industry figures worldwide gathered online for the BactiVac Virtual Network Conference 2021 hosted at the University of Birmingham.
The BactiVac Network Virtual Conference will be held online on 27 & 28 April 2021.
A new study from the University of Birmingham has helped provide novel understanding into how to select antigens to target in vaccines or new treatments against bacterial infections.
A global network of scientists who are working together to accelerate the development of vaccines against bacterial infections in low and middle income countries are to stage an annual network meeting in Africa.
The BactiVac Network has been awarded $100,000 by The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation to support the delivery of its 3rd Annual Network Meeting in Kilifi, Kenya on 24-27 March 2020.
The University of Birmingham-hosted BactiVac Network attended the Antibiotic Guardian Awards and received an award under the Research category on 27 June 2019 in Solihull.
Mothers' breast milk can provide protection against infection that lasts for life, finds new research in mice by an international team of scientists including experts at the University of Birmingham.
The University of Birmingham-hosted BactiVac Network has been shortlisted under the Research category for this prestigious award ceremony, which is being hosted by Public Health England on 27 June in Birmingham.
The 2nd Annual Network Meeting, held in March, gave those attending opportunities to broaden connections within the BactiVac Network membership and a forum for exchanging ideas and furthering research possibilities.
The BactiVac Network up to £1 million funding to accelerate the development of bacterial vaccines in a bid to prevent infections occurring as part of the global fight against antimicrobial resistance.