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Regulation and Resistance

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Regulation and Resistance


Agricultural antibiotic use has a long and controversial history in Western food production. Dr Claas Kirchhelle (University of Oxford) discusses why antibiotics were introduced to food production, tracks the development of agricultural antibiotic use on both sides of the Atlantic, and examines why regulations designed to curb bacterial resistance differ in the US and Europe.

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Please note that the doors to the Museum will open at 5.45pm and the talk begins promptly at 6pm. Late arrivals cannot be guaranteed entry.

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