08 Apr 2024
The October 2023 edition of Microbiology Today is now available to read online. From expert insights into the pharmaceutical industry to the crucial role of rapid infection diagnostics, this issue explores some of the challenges and most recent advancements within AMR research.
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To ensure we live up to our core value of being welcoming, we know we need to continually improve our diversity and inclusion of historically marginalised communities. Take a look to find out more about what we are doing to create a more equal, diverse and inclusive Microbiology Society.
The Microbiology Society is leading the way with the Knocking Out AMR project, an ambitious, bold and extensive scheme of work aiming to promote feasible and effective solutions to AMR.
01 March 2024
Each month, the Microbiology Society publishes the International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology, which details newly discovered species of bacteria, fungi and protists. Here are some of the new species that have been discovered and the places they've been found.
01 March 2024
We are pleased to announce that we are now accepting members onto our Champions Scheme.
The Champions Scheme is essential in helping to raise awareness of the Microbiology Society and microbiology. Champions do this in their local area by initiating activities and events of their own or participating in Society-led activities.
01 March 2024
Zero Discrimination Day takes place annually on 1 March, bringing awareness to the importance of inclusion and acceptance of all people, regardless of our differences in race, gender, abilities or socio-economic background. To celebrate the day, this year we caught up with Members Panel member and Champion, Arindam Mitra, who highlights why Zero Discrimination Day is important to him and gives advice on how to incorporate it’s initiatives.
29 February 2024
There is only one week left to take advantage of the early bird discount to attend the Microbiology Society’s flagship Annual Conference taking place on Monday 08–Thursday 11 April 2024 at the Birmingham International Convention Centre. Register before 23:59 GMT on Wednesday 6 March 2024.