Superbugs, or antibiotic-resistant bacteria, claimed the lives of 700,000 people in 2016, and experts estimate that this number will continue to rise. Yet don’t despair. Radiation scientist and physicist David Brenner offers a cure, and it’s not a super antibiotic. Rather, Brenner’s solution is a technological one, including an elegant application of physics. getAbstract recommends this encouraging talk as a standout example of modern problem solving.
About the Speaker
Radiation scientist David Brenner is the director of the Center for Radiological Research at the Columbia University Medical Center.
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