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20 Oct 2016

Microbial Control contributes to sustainable construction

Microbial control can contribute to more sustainable buildings and renovation, particularly in the areas of paints, wood treatments and anti-corrosion solutions.
 
13 Oct 2016

Handwashing can make a difference

Microbial control can often be the only way to eliminate harmful microbes.
22 Sept 2016

European Adhesive and Sealant industry discusses microbial control's contribution to the construction sector

The annual conference of the Association of the European Adhesive & Sealant industry brought together stakeholders from across Europe to discuss the industry’s main challenges and opportunities for the future.

20 Sept 2016

  Microbial control technologies prevent foodborne illnesses and food spoilage in cheese production

From ensuring safe water supply to disinfecting production facilities, microbial control technologies are key to cheesemaking.
26 Jun 2016

International conference highlights value of microbial control technologies in the maritime sector

The 18th International Conference on Marine Corrosion and Fouling discussed latest developments in microbial control technologies for anti-corrosion and anti-fouling.
07 May 2016

World Hand Hygiene Day: Clean hands save lives

On 5 May, the World Health Organisation reiterated the importance of hand hygiene in combating the spread of infectious diseases across the world.
30 Mar 2016

Microbiology Society Annual Conference 2016 puts forward latest developments in microbiology

The Microbiology Society Annual Conference 2016 was held from 21-24 March in Liverpool (UK). The event was one of Europe’s largest annual gatherings in the field of microbiology.
Infection Control
30 Jun 2015

Study shows copper destroys norovirus

“This is the first study to demonstrate copper’s destructive powers against human norovirus." Clyde Manuel, a doctoral student in the laboratory of Lee-Ann Jaykus, of North Carolina State University, Raleigh.
New York Daily News
22 Feb 2015

Federal health officials detail new 'Bourbon virus'

“It is only by leaving no stone unturned when investigating unexplained illnesses that humans can best prepare for microbial threats." Center for Disease Control health officials.
Infection Control Today
20 Feb 2015

Exploring a New Paradigm for Cleaning Efficacy

This would include preliminary visual assessment, rapid sensitive tests for organic deposits, and specific microbiological investigations.
Harvard School of Engineering and Applied Sciences
10 Feb 2015

Novel non-stick material joins portfolio of slippery surface technologies

More than 80 percent of microbial infections in the human body are caused by a build-up of bacteria, according to the National Institutes of Health.