The Microbiology Society is a membership organisation for scientists who work in all areas of microbiology.
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The Microbiology Society is committed to supporting and encouraging the teaching and learning of microbiology at all levels.
Antibiotics Unearthed will give the general public, students and educators in the UK and Ireland the opportunity to work with scientists as part of a global initiative to discover new antibiotics from soil bacteria.
The Microbiology Society's Antibiotics Unearthed Citizen Science Project will engage the public with the global issue of antimicrobial resistance and address some of the challenges associated with the discovery of antibiotics.
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Funds received though the Microbiology Society publication subscriptions, membership and other activities are used to support microbiology in the form of grants and prizes.
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The Microbiology Society holds and supports conferences and events to disseminate research knowledge and provide a forum for communication between microbiologists.
The Microbiology Society's flagship event, the Annual Conference, welcomes over 1,000 microbiologists worldwide.
The Microbiology Society has a full events listing highlighting microbiology events.
The Microbiology Society publishes a series of peer-reviewed journals. We also publish a quarterly magazine, policy documents and educational materials.
Ivan received Local Microbiology Event Sponsorship in 2014 to host his event, 'Blogging Microbes – Communicating microbiology to netizens'.
As Ivan was in the final stages of his PhD, he wanted to improve his transferable skills by applying for a small grant and organising an event.
"Anyone involved in research these days has an opportunity to engage with the public, and the general public is also more enticed by science communication. People who attended this event got some insight into the way one can start, how to use the different tools in developing one's communication skills, how to avoid common mistakes and produce better articles, and how to build a network to learn and share more."
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