Annual Conference 2019 will take place between Monday 8 April – Thursday 11 April and will be held at the ICC Belfast (formerly Belfast Waterfront), UK.
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15 November 2018
The Society’s flagship Annual Conference is taking place between 8–11 April 2019 in Northern Ireland. Abstracts are still being accepted for the meeting, which promises to be one of the most exciting yet and an unmissable opportunity to promote your work in Belfast – one of the UK’s most prestigious areas of microbiology research.
13 November 2018
The Microbiology Society is pleased to announce the launch of Access Microbiology, which is now open for submissions.
16 November 2018
As part of World Antibiotics Awareness Week, we are continuing our New Antibiotics Needed blog series with Salmonella. Salmonella is the gram-negative genus of bacteria in the Enterobacteriaceae family and iscommonly associated with food poisoning. The genus contains just two species; S. enterica and S. bongori. S. enerica is further divided into an additional six subspecies with over 2600 distinct variations also [Continue reading …]