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The August 2018 issue of Microbiology Today focuses on the use of microbes and the roles they can play in food.
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Microbiomes Underpinning Agriculture will take place between 1–2 October 2018 at the Rochestown Park Hotel, Cork, Ireland.
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19 September 2018
Scientists are using modified bacteria to protect the roots of crops from parasitic worms.
17 September 2018
We are pleased to share another new development at Microbiology. We will now be accepting graphical abstracts which will be published as part of the final manuscript online.
24 September 2018
In August, the Society supported four members of the Early Career Microbiologists’ Forum to attend a two-day course titled ‘Science Policy: Improving the Uptake of Research into UK Policy.’ The course was organised by Wellcome Genome Campus Advanced Courses and Scientific Conferences. Here, participant Maria Howland reflects on what she learnt about engaging in science [Continue reading …]