The May 2018 issue of Microbiology Today focuses on the use of micro-organisms as tools in a wide range of contexts.
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15 May 2018
In this issue, Microbiology Today focuses on the use of micro-organisms as tools in a wide range of contexts. Throughout our feature articles, there is an emphasis on the beneficial ways in which microbes can be utilised, in areas as diverse as construction, pest control and the disposal of radioactive waste.
10 May 2018
The British Yeast Group: Embracing Variation event abstract deadline is today. Submit your abstract and showcase your research at this event taking place at the University of Leicester, 27-29 June.
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 …]