12 Apr 2021
The theme of this special anniversary edition of Microbiology Today is ‘Why Microbiology Matters’, and it includes seven sections containing articles that provide examples of the many ways microbiology is important to our lives and the world around us.
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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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02 June 2020
In celebration of National Volunteers’ Week, we would like to say a big thank you to the members of the Microbiology Society who are actively contributing to the growth of the Society and the microbiology community by volunteering their time and knowledge.
01 June 2020
The ballot for Elected Members to Council, the Eukaryotic Division and positions across the Early Career Microbiologists’ (ECM) Forum Executive Committee from 2021 is now open. Only members of the ECM Forum are eligible to vote for positions on the ECM Forum Executive Committee.
01 June 2020
Each month, a manuscript published in our flagship journal Microbiology is chosen by a member of the Editorial Board. This month, the paper is titled 'A genuine mycobacterial thermophile: Mycobacterium hassiacum growth, survival and GpgS stability at near-pasteurization temperatures' and it was chosen by Dr Jen Cavet.
Following the decision taken to cancel our Annual Conference and postpone our Candida Focused Meeting, the Council of the Microbiology Society, as Trustees of the Society, have taken the difficult decision to postpone all events in our programme for the remainder of 2020, due to the continued spread of SARS-CoV-2, the cause of COVID-19.