The May issue of Microbiology Today focuses on the varied interactions between humans and micro-organisms in terms of metabolism, health and disease.
Our ambitious project aims to demonstrate the value and raise the profile of microbiology in achieving the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (UN SDGs) with decision- makers within the UK and the Republic of Ireland.
Submit to our new journal, Access Microbiology, allowing the publication of replication studies, negative or null results, research proposals, data management plans, additions to established methods, and interdisciplinary work.
The Microbiology Society are delighted to be hosting the Federation of Infection Societies 2019 Conference (FIS 2019) in Edinburgh between 11-14 November 2019.
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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Taking place 13–14 June 2019 at Jurys Inn Cardiff.
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24 May 2019
The early bird registration rate for the Early Career Microbiologists’ (ECM) Forum Summer Conference 2019 is available until Monday 3 June. Take advantage of the early bird rate and save money on your fee by registering for this event before the deadline.
22 May 2019
Abstract proposals now open for Antimicrobial drug discovery from traditional and historical medicine, taking place at the Ashmolean Museum in Oxford, UK on 29 October 2019.
24 May 2019As part of the celebrations for our 75th anniversary, we’re inviting 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. We welcome images of your science, of nature, of people, places and events that will inspire, inform and demonstrate how the study of microbes helps us to understand our world and our place within it. Photography can be a little daunting if you’ve never done much more than snap memory shots with your phone or compact camera, so we asked Matt Bassett, Content & Media Officer at the Microbiology Society to share his thoughts, hints and tips for photography. [Continue reading …]