Interviewed by Annita McVeigh on BBC 2/BBC News Channel regarding the history of typhoid control and the rollout of new typhoid conjugate vaccines (5 December, 2019)
Big Pharma has failed: the antibiotic pipeline needs to be taken under public ownership, The Conversation (18 November 2019)
The AMR Studio Episode 13: Review of Progress on Antimicrobial Resistance
Typhoid - From Past to Future; Overview of attention for article published in Clinical Infectious Diseases, October 2019
Decades neglecting an ancient disease has triggered a health emergency around the world, The Conversation (30 October 2019)
Research on new public solutions for antibiotic research & development (F1000, 2019) discussed by Maryn McKenna in Wired 'The Radical Plan to Change How Antibiotics Get Developed' (May, 2019).
The challenge of antimicrobial resistance: What economics can contribute
Singer, Andrew; Kirchhelle, Claas; Roberts, Adam: The need to explore the economics of (inter)nationalising the antibiotic pipeline. In: Science Eletters - (29 April 2019)
Patchwork regulation won’t stop antimicrobial resistance
Published in Nature
Jeremy Cherfas’ ‘Eat This’ series
Antibiotics and Agriculture: tackling the problem of antibiotic resistance at (one) source
Scientific Advisor for Al Smith’s “Dangerous Visions – Culture” a dystopian 45-minute BBC Radio 4 drama on bacterial resistance
Co-curator "Back from the Dead" - an exhibition on the history of penicillin and penicillin resistance
Museum of the History of Science (November 2016-May 2017)
Winner of the Vice Chancellor’s Public Engagement with Research Projects Award, 2017
Oxford Martin School & Museum of the History of Science: Demystifying antibiotics
BBC Radio 4 Experimental Histories Workshop on antibiotic resistance
Collaboration with playwrights for a radio drama focusing on the dangers of bacterial resistance.
Wellcome Trust, London
Yellow Magic Exhibition - a one-day exhibition for children on the Oxford Group's development of penicillin.
Museum of the History of Science