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18 July 2016
Last year, the Microbiology Society took our citizen science project ‘Antibiotics Unearthed’ to Thetford Forest, Norfolk, and Alice Holt Forest, Surrey, and engaged the public in the search for new antibiotics. After the success of these events, the Society is delighted to announce that we are taking our interactive stand across the UK once again, this time to the Brecon Beacons and Northumberland.
14 July 2016
From 1–2 September 2016, the Microbiology Society Irish Division and the Irish Society of Immunology will be jointly hosting Exploring the Microbe–Immune System Interface, at the Rochestown Park Hotel in Rochestown, Cork, Ireland.
21 July 2016
On the Horizon is the Society’s blog series on emerging and re-emerging infectious diseases. For this article, we spoke to Dr Lina Moses from Tulane University in New Orleans about Lassa fever, a viral infection spreading across parts of West Africa. Lassa fever is thought to kill around 5,000 people across West Africa each year. [continue reading …]
1 - 3 Aug London, UK
1 - 2 Sep Rochestown Park Hotel, Cork, Ireland
5 - 7 Sep Exeter, UK