Microbiology Today began in 1999; previous to this the Society magazine was called SGM Quarterly. For details of issues published before 1998, please contact the Editorial Office.
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The November issue of Microbiology Today explores the various topics surrounding HIV and AIDS. The five feature articles look at the different ways in which HIV and AIDS affect people around the world today, examining the individual stories of those suffering from the disease, diagnosis, associated infections and how conditions such as pregnancy can affect those that are HIV-positive.
The August 2018 issue of Microbiology Today focuses on the use of microbes and the roles they can play in food.
The May 2018 issue of Microbiology Today focuses on the use of micro-organisms as tools in a wide range of contexts. Throughout our feature articles, there is an emphasis on the beneficial ways in which microbes can be utilised, in areas as diverse as construction, pest control and the disposal of radioactive waste.
This issue of Microbiology Today focuses on the variety of ways that humans have been able to view micro-organisms, including some of the cutting edge methods of showing microbes in closer, and higher quality, detail than ever before.