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Annual Conference 2019 will take place between Monday 8 April – Thursday 11 April and will be held at the ICC Belfast (formerly Belfast Waterfront), UK.
The November issue of Microbiology Today explores the various topics surrounding HIV and AIDS.
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18 December 2018
e-Bug, operated by Public Health England, is a free educational programme that teaches children and young people about infection control, hygiene and antibiotics. 2019 marks e-Bug’s tenth anniversary and Public Health England has organised a two-day meeting on 17-18 January to showcase current work on e-Bug and highlight novel and innovative projects and research on AMR education.
14 December 2018
The Microbiology Society has nominated Marjory Stephenson to be on the new £50 note, in the Bank of England’s nomination process which is closing today.
17 December 2018
Dr. Steve Ormerod, Professor of Biosciences at Cardiff University, Co-Director of the Cardiff Water Research Institute, and Vice President of the Royal Society for the Protection of Birds (RSPB), spoke at this month’s Policy Lunchbox. In his talk on the … Continue reading[Continue reading …]