The report from our Microbiome Policy Project has been published and is now available to download.
The latest, November issue of Microbiology Today is now available to read online.
We're delighted to announce our 2018 Prize Lecture winners, who will be presenting at the Annual Conference 2018.
Our new colouring book is now available to pre-order.
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16 November 2017
The Microbiology Society's Annual Conference programme is guided by our Divisions and driven by suggestions from both members and non-members to create an engaging programme. Every year we welcome and invite topic suggestions for sessions to be run at Annual Conference, and the deadline for suggestions for the 2019 event is this December.
The Society's Annual Conference consists of a number of parallel sessions running for one or two days. We welcome ideas to create a varied programme covering the wide range of microbiology-related topics to ensure the three key areas of microbiology – virology, eukaryotic and prokaryotic – are covered.
15 November 2017
Today, the Microbiology Society launches its latest science policy report, Unlocking the Microbiome. The report makes recommendations to address the opportunities and challenges of the rapidly developing field of microbiome science for health, agriculture and food, environment and biotechnology.
26 September 2017
Malawi, in Sub-Saharan Africa, has the highest incidence and mortality of cervical cancer in the world. Nearly all cases of cervical cancer are caused by human papillomavirus, or HPV. Earlier this year, the Microbiology Society funded one of our members, Dr Ramya Bhatia, to travel to Malawi as part of a research collaboration between Nkhoma [Continue reading …]