The Microbiology Society runs policy events in the UK and Ireland. Leading microbiologists are invited to give short presentations about developments in their field of research. These talks highlight the policy issues and deliver the key facts.
Politicians are encouraged to participate in debate and discussion with scientists and engage with exhibiting organisations about the work that they do.
20 Nov - London, UK
The Learned Society Partnership on Antimicrobial Resistance (LeSPAR) hosted an event to support early career researchers, focusing on diagnostics development. This workshop took place at the Royal Society of Chemistry in London, UK.
15 Nov - London, UK
The Microbiology Society launched its policy report 'Unlocking the Microbiome', informed by our Microbiome Policy Project, at The Royal Society in London.
20 Jul - London, UK
The Biochemical Society, British Ecological Society, Royal Society of Biology, Society of Experimental Biology and Microbiology Society met for a Policy Lunchbox with David Weston from the Teacher Development Trust.
27 Jun - London, UK
Parliamentary Links Day 2017 will take place on 27 June. The year's theme is 'UK Science and Global Opportunities'.
06 Jun - Cardiff, UK
Designed to foster close relations with the National Assembly and the Welsh Government, Science and the Assembly is organised by the Royal Society of Chemistry, on behalf of, and in cooperation with, the Welsh science and engineering community. The theme for 2017 will be 'Antimicrobial Resistance'.