The Results Are Back from the SAHMRI Lab!

22 June 2018: Who is the filthiest? That was the question asked by radio station Mix 102.3's breakfast hosts....

22 June 2018: Who is the filthiest? That was the question asked by radio station Mix 102.3's breakfast hosts Jodie and Soda. They called upon Professor Geraint Rogers fromSAHMRI to swab their homes, looking at bacteria levels in common 'germy' places such as sinks, toilets, kid's bedrooms, car keys and mobile phones. Hear Geraint report the results here.

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