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How Fungus-Farming Ants Might Help us Develop New Antibiotics

Video   Aug 06, 2018

 

Scientists from the University of East Anglia are trying to develop new antibiotics for humans from the bacteria leafcutter ants are carrying on their bodies to protect the fungus they farm from other microbes.

 
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