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The Microbiology Society is a membership organisation for scientists who work in all areas of microbiology.

It is the largest learned microbiological society in Europe with a worldwide membership based in universities, industry, hospitals, research institutes and schools.


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Latest News rss

  1. Society launches policy project on microbiome research

    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.

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  2. Focused Meeting: Molecular Biology of Archaea 5

    8 June 2016

    From 1–3 August 2016, the Microbiology Society and the Genetics Society will be co-hosting Molecular Biology of Archaea 5, a Focused Meeting taking place at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, UK.

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From the blog

  1. Exploring Open Data: Going Public with Findings

    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 …]


Upcoming Events rss

  1. Focused Meeting 2016 – Irish Division: Host–Pathogen Interactions

    30 Jun - 1 Jul     Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland

  2. Focused Meeting 2016: Molecular Biology of Archaea 5

    1 - 3 Aug     London, UK

  3. Focused Meeting 2016 – Irish Division: Exploring the Microbe–Immune System Interface

    1 - 2 Sep     Rochestown Park Hotel, Cork, Ireland

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