Dr. Christopher Gray’s research on local plants as a potential treatment for drug-resistant strains of tuberculosis was highlighted in the article “Weapons of microscopic destruction” in the latest edition of ACCN. ACCN, the Canadian Chemical News, is Canada’s magazine for the chemical sciences and engineering. It covers the intersection of those fields with society by… Read More »

Scientists in Saint John are scouring the woods and shorelines for plants that could help in the global fight against tuberculosis. “We’ve been able to find endophytic fungi from plants here in New Brunswick that can inhibit or kill TB,” said John Johnson, a biology professor who works with the team of graduate students at… Read More »