The Society is launching the Member Directory later this year. Find out more.
This event will be taking place 29–30 August at Maynooth University, Co. Kildare, Ireland. Register before 22 August for early bird rates.
Find our about our grants and how we support members.
We have put together 10 reasons why you should publish your research with one of our journals.
It is the largest learned microbiological society in Europe with a worldwide membership based in universities, industry, hospitals, research institutes and schools.
27 July 2017
In 2020, the Microbiology Society will celebrate its 75th birthday with a year-long series of activities that showcase the work of our members and the history of the organisation.
We need Microbiology Society members to help us plan these events, and are looking for volunteers to join our ‘75th Anniversary Working Group’.
17 July 2017
Today, the Microbiology Society is pleased to announce the launch of our new Council Shadowing Scheme that will enable members to gain an insight into the inner workings of the Society. Applications for the scheme are now open.
27 July 2017
Have you ever wondered about the kinds of microbes that are present in your kitchen? In the fruit bowl or the fridge, on your chopping boards or cleaning cloths? Good Germs Bad Germs is a citizen science project from the University of Oxford, allowing people to experiment on the microbial life in their kitchens and [Continue reading …]