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19 October 2018
A new exhibition called Bacterial World that is opening at the Oxford University Museum of Natural History on 19 October is seeking to rehabilitate the reputation of bacteria and counter the popular misconception that they are all bad, or to be feared.
22 October 2018
Over the summer, the Microbiology Society publishing and policy teams worked together to re-align our Open Access position statement with our publishing practices, and the updated policy was approved by Council on 7 September. As a membership charity and independent publisher, we have been offering Open Access publishing through the OpenMicrobiology initiative for many years, [Continue reading …]