The May 2018 issue of Microbiology Today focuses on the use of micro-organisms as tools in a wide range of contexts.
The inaugural Early Career Microbiologists’ Forum Summer Conference will take place at the University of Birmingham, UK.
Microbes and Mucosal Surfaces is part of our 2018 Focused Meeting programme. The event will take place at University College Dublin, Ireland.
The Microbiology Society is jointly organising the British Yeast Group's 2018 annual meeting, as part of our 2018 Focused Meeting programme.
The Emerging Zoonoses and AMR Focused Meeting will take place Monday 2 July 2018 at the School of Veterinary Medicine at the University of Surrey, UK.
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There are six Microbiology Society Focused Meetings taking place this year, across the UK and Ireland. Abstract submission is still open for all of the Focused Meetings.
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22 May 2018
The early bird registration rate for the Focused Meeting on Emerging Zoonoses and AMR is available until Sunday 27 May. Take advantage of the early bird rate and save money on your fee by registering for this Focused Meeting before the deadline.
21 May 2018
The Prime Minister will use a speech to challenge the NHS, Artificial Intelligence (AI) sector and charities to use data and AI to transform the diagnosis of chronic diseases as part of the government’s industrial strategy.
18 May 2018
The UK population continues to have a morbid fascination with fatbergs; these mammoth clumps of oil, wet wipes and human waste coagulate in sewers and grow with every flush. In 2017, a 130-tonne fatberg dubbed ‘The Beast’ made national headlines and even got its own museum exhibit. There is no doubt that fatbergs are disgusting, [Continue reading …]