Focussing effort where it is needed

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Until now we have simply sent all the images of each M. tuberculosis sample growing on each and every of the 14 antibiotics out to be classified by the citizen scientists. A while ago we realised that some images are “easy” in the sense that all the volunteers we show it to all give exactly the […]

OxfordSparks podcast

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If you want to know about how BashTheBug is helping tackle tuberculosis and fits into the international CRyPTIC research project, listen to this podcast by OxfordSparks where you can hear interviews with Philip Fowler as well as the leading BashTheBug volunteer, ElisabethB.

Tuberculosis inspired textiles!

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Check out the work of my friend Lucy Turner who has created some textile designs based on various tuberculosis objects (if you look carefully you can see some based on the 96-well plates we classify). View this post on Instagram #Tuberculosis #ntumastered #proteincoils #cryticproject #mutation image by @lucyrachaelturner A post shared by Lucy Turner (@textilescience) […]