Society events and meetings
At the Society, we provide a number of high quality events and meetings throughout the year. These generally focus on a specific microbiological theme and take place as smaller more intimate meetings, allowing for informal networking and dedicated time on one subject.
15 Nov - London, UK
The Microbiology Society will be launching its policy report 'Unlocking the Microbiome', informed by our Microbiome Policy Project, at The Royal Society in London.
20 Nov - London, UK
The Learned Society Partnership on Antimicrobial Resistance (LeSPAR) is hosting an event to support early career researchers, focusing on diagnostics development. This workshop will take place at the Royal Society of Chemistry in London, UK.
28 Sep - 29 Sep - London, UK
Join the Microbiology Society, Royal Society of Biology, Biochemical Society, British Ecological Society, Society for Experimental Biology and Society for Applied Microbiology in Charles Darwin House to celebrate International Coffee Day 2017, as we explore the science behind our favourite pick me up.
11 Sep - 13 Sep - Canterbury, UK
The British Yeast Group's 2017 Meeting will be hosted by the Microbiology Society, as part of our Focused Meetings series, at the University of Kent, UK.
07 Sep - 08 Sep - Glasgow, UK
The 2nd International Meeting on Arboviruses and their Vectors (IMAV 2017) took place at the University of Glasgow, UK.
07 Sep - Glasgow, UK
As part of Antibiotics Unearthed we are running a Citizen Science Project. The aim is to engage the public, through a practical-based soil activity, with the global issue of antimicrobial resistance and address some of the challenges associated with the discovery of novel antibiotics. A series of ‘pop-up’ events will take place at locations across the UK in 2017.
05 Sep - 09 Sep - Liverpool, UK
The 16th International Conference on Pseudomonas took place at St George's Hall in Liverpool, UK.