31 Mar 2020
Natural Products and Drug Discovery are the topics explored in the November edition of Microbiology Today.
Annual Conference 2020 will take place between Monday 30 March and Friday 3 April 2020 at the EICC in Edinburgh.
The Society journals have a fresh new look following an upgrade to the publishing platform. The whole archive can be found at microbiologyresearch.org alongside the latest content from our six journals.
The Fleming Showcase will be used as an opportunity to formally observe the legacy of past Fleming Prize winners and to examine some of the most exciting science from around the globe.
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.
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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22 November 2019
As part of World Antibiotic Awareness Week, we are continuing our New Antibiotics Needed blog series detailing the twelve pathogens thought by the World Health Organisation (WHO) to pose the greatest threat to human health. Next on the list is Streptococcus pneumoniae.
21 November 2019
If you have an idea for a session and would like it to be included in the Annual Conference 2021 programme, we want to hear from you. The deadline to submit your session suggestions for Annual Conference 2021 is Monday 16 December 2019.
20 November 2019
As part of World Antibiotic Awareness Week, we are continuing our New Antibiotics Needed blog series detailing the twelve pathogens thought by the World Health Organisation (WHO) to pose the greatest threat to human health.
18 November 2019
In 2017, the World Health Organization (WHO) published the ‘12 Priority Pathogens’: a list of twelve microbes that are becoming increasingly resistant to current antimicrobials. These twelve pathogens are thought by WHO to pose the greatest threat to human health. To promote awareness during Antibiotics Awareness Week, we will be publishing three more blogs in our New Antibiotics Needed blog series starting with Acinetobacter baumannii.