23 Nov 2020
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In this special anniversary edition, we are placing the spotlight on previous Fleming Prize winners to demonstrate why Microbiologists matter.
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In this special blog series, medical microbiologists led by Dr Tim Inglis summarise some of the research that will be essential to inform COVID-19 countermeasures.
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As part of the celebrations for our anniversary, we invite the microbiology community to submit images related to the microbiological world to help highlight how microbiology answers big questions by giving us knowledge of very small things.
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26 November 2020
Aisling Towell, from Trinity College Dublin, Ireland, is the winner of this year’s Sir Howard Dalton Young Microbiologist of the Year competition.
24 November 2020
Microplastic pollution is currently at the forefront of public interest in environmental science, with widespread effort to curb plastic usage in order to mitigate environmental catastrophe. In this blog, Jack Henderson discusses the role microbes have to play in solving the plastic pollution problem.
23 November 2020
This month, Dr Tim Inglis discusses ‘The TACTIC experience: establishing an international, interdisciplinary network to tackle antimicrobial resistance’ which was chosen as Editor’s Choice for the October issue of the Journal of Medical Microbiology.
20 November 2020
British Yeast Group (BYG): From Genomes to Cells will be taking place on 1–3 September 2021.