12 Jul 2023
Publishing across the field for over 75 years, Microbiology – the Microbiology Society’s founding journal – has transitioned to fully Open Access (OA). Find out more about this exciting new chapter of Publishing for the Community
The May 2023 edition of Microbiology Today is now available to read online. This issue explores the fascinating world of industrial microbiology, from career advice on how to break into the field to insights into how industry is using micro-organisms to solve global challenges.
We have Council Appointed Positions, which are typically leadership positions such as our co-Chairs of Committees who also sit on Council, and the Chairs-elect of Divisions. We also have Elected Member positions, for which there are vacancies across all Council, Committees and Divisions.
To ensure we live up to our core value of being welcoming, we know we need to continually improve our diversity and inclusion of historically marginalised communities. Take a look to find out more about what we are doing to create a more equal, diverse and inclusive Microbiology Society.
Help support early and mid-career microbiologists who might, in turn, one day provide solutions to global challenges. Find out more and donate online.
The Microbiology Society is delighted to announce that our sound science journal, Access Microbiology, has been re-launched as an innovative open research platform and is now open for submissions.
Access all content published by the Microbiology Society relating to SARS-CoV-2, the cause of COVID-19 in our digital hub.
Fee-free Open Access across our journals. Find out if you are eligible.
It is one of the largest microbiology societies in Europe with a worldwide membership based in universities, industry, hospitals, research institutes and schools.
01 June 2023
Publishing in Access Microbiology – our sound science open research platform – is free until the end of June 2023. Submit your manuscript before the end of the month to make the most of free Open Access publication.
31 May 2023
Each month the Microbiology Society publishes the International Journal of Systematic and Evolutionary Microbiology, which details newly discovered species of bacteria, fungi and protists. Here are some of the new species that have been discovered and the places they've been found.
31 May 2023
The Microbiology Society and Healthcare Infection Society (HIS) are delighted to co-host a third collaborative one day workshop, Bridging the clinical–research gap, in Birmingham, UK, on 6 October 2023.
31 May 2023
Dr Mona Parizadeh takes us behind the scenes of her latest publication 'Soil microbial gene expression in an agricultural ecosystem varies with time and neonicotinoid seed treatments' published in Microbiology.