UTS Science: Worms & Honey – Unlikely Heroes

Could worms be the answer to halting Multiple Sclerosis? Could honey be the answer to antibiotic resistance? Don’t miss this double feature exploring these unlikely heroes

A message from Nural Cokcetin and our friends at the UTS ithree institute, Faculty of Science.

Hi Sydney beekeepers,

UTS has some great events during the Sydney Science Festival, which kicked off today.

I will be giving a free public lecture next Tuesday night 15th August from 6pm on the medicinal properties of honey, along with another researcher from UTS who is looking at using worms to stop the progression of multiple sclerosis.

I’d love to see some of you there if you can make it. Shona Blair and Liz Harry will also be there if you want to say hi to us after the talks J

The details are:
UTS Science: Worms & Honey – Unlikely Heroes
Tuesday 15 August, 6 – 7.30pm
UTS City Campus, Great Hall
Tickets are free

To book your ticket, please visit – https://sydneyscience.com.au/2017/event/worms-honey/

Hope to see you next week and please pass it onto others you think might be interested.

Cheers,
Nural

Dr Nural Cokcetin
Postdoctoral Research Associate

ithree institute, Faculty of Science
University of Technology Sydney
+61 (0) 405 284 718
PO Box 123 Broadway NSW 2007 Australia
ithreeinstitute.uts.edu.au

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2017-08-08T17:06:09+00:00

About the Author:

Emmanuel has been beekeeping since 2013 and is an active member of the Illawarra Branch of the ABA. He has his own backyard apiary in Sydney's inner west, collects swarms, runs a small hobby website that sells honey and bee products called Save Our Bees and helps with the IT related tasks of our branch.

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