The February 2019 issue of Microbiology Today explores microbes found throughout the world’s oceans.
This year's event takes place from 8-11 April 2019 at the ICC Belfast. Attracting over 1,400 attendees, it is the UK’s largest annual gathering of microbiologists.
There are five appointed positions on Council that will become vacant as of 31 December 2019. The Society is requesting nominations from all eligible membership categories.
The Microbiology Society is hosting a series of events led by President Professor Judith Armitage throughout the UK and Ireland during 2019.
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.
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It is one of the largest microbiology societies in Europe with a worldwide membership based in universities, industry, hospitals, research institutes and schools.
20 March 2019
Access Microbiology, the Microbiology Society’s newest journal, has published its first research articles.
Access Microbiology was announced in September last year to provide a new service to the microbiology community.
18 March 2019The Journal of Medical Microbiology (JMM) is a journal published by the Microbiology Society, focused on providing a comprehensive coverage of medical, dental and veterinary microbiology and infectious diseases, including bacteriology, virology, mycology and parasitology. This month, Professor Vincent Cattoir has selected an outstanding paper from the March issue to highlight as Editor’s Choice. The paper, titled 'Agmatine accumulation by Pseudomonas aeruginosa clinical isolates confers antibiotic tolerance and dampens host inflammation' discusses the role of agmatine, a molecule produced by P. aeruginosa, on antibiotic resistance and the host immune response. [Continue reading …]