Submission Date

7-20-2018

Document Type

Paper- Restricted to Campus Access

Department

Chemistry

Second Department

Biology

Faculty Mentor

Mark Ellison

Second Faculty Mentor

Anthony Lobo

Student Contributor

Jordan Carver

Comments

Presented during the 20th Annual Summer Fellows Symposium, July 20, 2018 at Ursinus College.

Project Description

Antibiotic resistance has been an increasing issue over the past several years. This research proposes a new drug delivery method using carbon nanotubes and tetracycline. Tetracycline is attached to the carbon nanotubes and placed in solution with Escherichia coli in order to combat antibiotic resistance.

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