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1 October 2015
On 9 and 10 November, the Microbiology Society is holding a Focused Meeting entitled, Industrial Applications of Metal–Microbe Interactions. The meeting will be held at the Society’s headquarters in Charles Darwin House, London, UK and will feature talks and posters on biomining, bioremediation and biofabrication, among others.
One of the invited speakers at the event is Dr Chris Bryan, Lecturer in Sustainable Mining and Mineral Resourcing at [Continue reading...]
30 September 2015
The Microbiology Society is delighted to announce that our new President will be Professor Neil Gow from the University of Aberdeen. Professor Gow’s presidency will run for three years, beginning on 1 January 2016, when our current President, Professor Nigel Brown, steps down.
6 October 2015
If you happen to be a nematode, worm-stars are probably your worst nightmare. One minute, you’re swimming around minding your own business. The next, you’ve been sucked into a wildly thrashing mass of your peers, all stuck to each other by their tails. There is almost no escape from this desperately flailing entity. Eventually, you [continue reading …]
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