The October 2022 edition of Microbiology Today is now available to read online. This issue, titled ‘Protists’, showcases the importance of both protistology research and engagement activities, and was curated in collaboration with Protistology-UK.
The Microbiology Society is delighted to announce that our sound science journal, Access Microbiology, has been re-launched as an innovative open research platform and is now open for submissions.
Monkeypox is caused by the monkeypox virus, a DNA virus similar to the virus which caused smallpox in humans. Find resources relating to the virus, its spread, symptoms and treatments.
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Access all content published by the Microbiology Society relating to SARS-CoV-2, the cause of COVID-19 in our digital hub.
The Council of the Microbiology Society is delighted to announce that in 2023 our founding journal, Microbiology, will be the first to make the transition from a hybrid model to fully Open Access.
Fee-free Open Access across our journals. Find out if you are eligible.
29 November 2022
Access Microbiology is an innovative sound science, open research platform from the Microbiology Society. Today marks a major milestone for the platform with the first Version of Record published since its launch in 2022.
24 November 2022
The Microbiology Society are coordinating a response to the recently launched government inquiry on the antimicrobial potential of bacteriophages.
23 November 2022
Some fungal infections, like athletes' foot or thrush, are relatively common and are usually not serious. But in those with underlying conditions or compromised immune systems, fungal infections can be deadly.
In recent weeks, the World Health Organisation has warned of the serious threat that fungi pose to humans with a new report and list of priority fungal pathogens. In this episode of Microbe Talk, Charlotte takes a look inside the creeping threat of fungal infections with guests Prof Kevin Kavanagh and Prof Neil Gow.
22 November 2022
The Microbiology Society is pleased to announce the winners of our 2023 Prizes, which will be awarded at our Annual Conference 2023 in Birmingham from 17-20 April, where the winners will present their lectures. They will be joined by the winners of the 2022 Outreach Prize, who will also give their presentations during Annual Conference.
The Microbiology Society’s Prizes recognise excellence and are awarded to those making significant contributions in the field of microbiology, based on nominations received from the membership. Winners are selected for their work to advance understanding of microbiology and champion the contribution made by microbiology, our members and their work in addressing global challenges.