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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Spanning television and film to books and video games, this issue of Microbiology Today features articles that examine and discuss how microbiology has been represented in popular culture.
From extreme temperatures and highly acidic conditions to the insides of volcanoes and the depths of the ocean, a diverse group of microbes called archaea thrive in many places that most life can't survive. This August issue of Microbiology Today highlights the importance of archaea and our current understanding of them.
Microbiome research is a hot topic at the moment, and this timely May 2017 issue of Microbiology Today focuses on how microbiomes influence human health as well as the wider world around us.
Disease outbreaks need to be closely monitored and contained to limit their potential spread. The February 2017 issue of Microbiology Today focuses on epidemics and the measures taken to prevent the spread of disease.