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September 18, 2023
Dr. Valentin Waschulin takes us behind the scenes of their latest publication, 'Design and validation of a PCR screen for γ-butyrolactone-like regulatory systems in Streptomyces' published in Access Microbiology.
August 31, 2023
Dr Tom Wilkes takes us behind the scenes of their latest publication 'Alternative inks for arbuscular mycorrhizal root staining' published in Access Microbiology.
June 12, 2023
Dr Helena Leinweber takes us behind the scenes of her latest publication 'Fluoroquinolone resistance does not facilitate phage Φ13 integration or excision in Staphylococcus aureus' published in Access Microbiology.
June 1, 2023
Publishing in Access Microbiology – our sound science open research platform – is free until the end of June 2023. Submit your manuscript before the end of the month to make the most of free Open Access publication.
November 30, 2022
Access Microbiology is an innovative sound science, open-research platform by the Microbiology Society. Today marks a major milestone for the platform with the first Version of Record published since the platform's launch in 2022.
Two of the paper’s authors, Stephen Garrett and Professor Tracy Palmer, share their thoughts on the new open platform and the process of publishing with Access Microbiology.
September 13, 2022
The 2022 Early Career Microbiologists (ECM) Forum Summer Conference took place in July, returning to its in person annual meeting format in Sheffield following a two-year hiatus due to the global health crisis. At the meeting, we awarded two poster prizes, sponsored by our open research platform Access Microbiology.
August 19, 2022
In this blog we talk to Dr Mel Lacey, co-author of ‘A guide to pedagogical research for scientists from a biological sciences background’, published in Access Microbiology this week takes us behind the scenes of her paper and why she believes the publishing of pedagogical research within the field of microbiology is so important.
July 18, 2022
Throughout Annual Conference 2022, delegates showcased excellent posters and exciting research. The Microbiology Society Journals ‘Most Promising Science’ prizes were awarded by Access Microbiology Editors. In this blog, we meet the winners to find out more about them and their research.