15 Jul 2021
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Through each of our featured articles, the authors explore the chronic changes that have been inflicted on Earth's climate and how the microbial world has adapted, been impacted and how microbes could potentially offer solutions.
Join us at this Focused Meeting, organised in association with the Society for Anaerobic Microbiology, which will provide clinical microbiologists, infectious disease researchers and specialists with insights into the current and future impact of anaerobic bacteria in human health and disease.
We are converting our sound science journal, Access Microbiology, into an open research platform later this year and we need your feedback.
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Access all content published by the Microbiology Society relating to SARS-CoV-2, the cause of COVID-19 in our digital hub.
In this special blog series, medical microbiologists led by Dr Tim Inglis summarise some of the research that will be essential to inform COVID-19 countermeasures.
17 May 2021
The UK is facing severe financial pressures because of COVID-19 and its impact on the economy. As a result, the UK government has decided to reduce the funds available for Official Development Assistance (ODA), which includes research projects funded via UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) from the ODA budget. In this blog, Eva Scholtus discusses the impact of these cuts.
17 May 2021
In the coming months, Anaerobe 2021 and Avian Infectious Diseases Focused Meetings will be taking place. Anaerobe 2021 is pleased to announce a call for late-breaking abstract submissions and the deadline for Avian Infectious Diseases 2021 abstracts has been extended.
17 May 2021
Don’t miss out on a fantastic opportunity to join the Microbiology Society Roadshow Online, to be held on 25 May for microbiologists in Norwich.
14 May 2021
Each year, the Microbiology Society awards five Prize Lectures in recognition of significant contributions to microbiology. The awards celebrate the outstanding applications of microbiology to research, education and translation and all members are invited to nominate an outstanding microbiologist for a Microbiology Society Prize. We got in touch with former Peter Wildy Prize winner, Professor Stephen Curry, Imperial College London, to ask a few questions about his award and how this has impacted his research and work since.