When Bugs Outsmart Drugs: The Effects of America's Antibiotic Obsession

  • 1700 W. Montgomery Ave. Philadelphia, Pa

Bacteria are everywhere. While most are helpful, hype about a few disease-causing bacteria has fueled mass “germophobia,” leading us to overuse antibacterial disinfectants to the point that some are failing. Hear Temple University chemistry professor Bill Wuest discuss the future of microbiological and biochemical approaches to fighting bacteria.