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By Dee A. Carter, Shona E. Blair, Julie Irish
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E. (2007) Unusual activity of honey from the native Australian stingless bee, Trigona carbonaria. Joint Scientific Meeting of The Australian Society for Microbiology and New Zealand Society for Microbiology. Adelaide, Australia. Proffered paper. A. E. (2007) Honey prevents biofilm formation by Staphylococcus aureus. Joint Scientific Meeting of The Australian Society for Microbiology and New Zealand Society for Microbiology. Adelaide, Australia. Proffered poster. , Irish, J. A. (2006) The science supporting the medicinal use of honey.
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2006) Honey – a sweet solution for problem pathogens. Sydney Jewish Women’s Society. Sydney, Australia. Invited speaker. A. E. (2006) Honey – a sweet solution for super infections. The 55+ Club. Sydney, Australia. Invited speaker. Popular media interviews Our research has generated a great deal of interest amongst the general public and this has resulted in numerous media interviews and invitations. Some of these are listed below. 29 Television Dr Shona Blair and Prof. Dee Carter appeared on television programs discussing aspects of the research into the medicinal properties of honey on: Channel 9 Morning News (broadcast nationally), 19 June 2009; Australian Network News Hour (overseas only), 19 June 2009, and Channel 9 Today show (broadcast nationally), September 12, 2007; They also featured in interviews for evening NSW regional news programs in 2005 and 2007, and during a segment on honey research for the ABC science program Catalyst (broadcast nationally) in 2003.
An Investigation into the Therapeutic Properties of Honey by Dee A. Carter, Shona E. Blair, Julie Irish