07 Sep 2022
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.
Monkeypox is caused by the monkeypox virus, a DNA virus similar to the virus which caused smallpox in humans. Find resources relating to the virus, its spread, symptoms and treatments.
This issue highlights the importance of teaching and outreach in championing and advancing the understanding of microbiology.
Help support early and mid-career microbiologists who might, in turn, one day provide solutions to global challenges. Find out more and donate online.
Access all content published by the Microbiology Society relating to SARS-CoV-2, the cause of COVID-19 in our digital hub.
The Council of the Microbiology Society is delighted to announce that in 2023 our founding journal, Microbiology, will be the first to make the transition from a hybrid model to fully Open Access.
Fee-free Open Access across our journals. Find out if you are eligible.
10 August 2022
On 17 May 2022, the Welsh government held their annual event 'Science and the Senedd' that works to connect Welsh decision makers with the scientific community. Here, Microbiology Society champion Issy Centeleghe from the University of Cardiff reflects on her experience representing the Society at this event.
09 August 2022
Abstract submission closes on Monday 15 August 2022, 23:59 BST for Gut Microbiome and Mucosa-Associated Infectious Disease: Mining for Antimicrobials and Postbiotics with Therapeutic Potential. The Focused Meeting will take place on 27–28 October 2022 at Trinity College Dublin, Ireland.
09 August 2022
In this episode Charlie talks to Jonathon Woods, a PhD student from Northumbria University, about his research into the impact of meat alternative foods on the gut microbiome.
06 August 2022
The ECM Guest Editing Scheme encourages ECM members to get involved in the Society’s journals by offering a chance to work with the Editors of our journals and gain an insight into the essential role they play in our publishing. In this blog, ECM Guest Editor Dr Yinka Somorin explains what he's learned from the scheme, and what he’s enjoyed most in his time working on a Special Collection for Microbiology