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9 June 2016
The Microbiology Society is pleased to announce our next major policy project, which will explore the current state, and future potential, of microbiome research. Microbiomes are the communities of micro-organisms that are associated with a particular ecosystem, such as the human body, plant roots, or the Earth’s oceans.
28 June 2016
Open data has the potential to revolutionise microbial genomics. But in practice, many of the benefits of this technology remain untapped. So how can we achieve greater data sharing? Over the coming weeks, we’ll be featuring some highlights from a panel discussion on open data at the Annual Conference 2016. This week, Dr Claire Jenkins from Public Health [continue reading …]
30 Jun - 1 Jul Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland
1 - 3 Aug London, UK
1 - 2 Sep Rochestown Park Hotel, Cork, Ireland