05 Sep 2019
The Society journals have a fresh new look following an upgrade to the publishing platform. The whole archive can be found at microbiologyresearch.org alongside the latest content from our six journals.
Microbiology Today August 2019 considers some of the viruses that are transmitted by arthropods and the arthropod vectors that carry them.
The Third International Meeting on Arboviruses and their Vectors will take place on September 5 and 6 at the University of Glasgow.
Submit to our new journal, Access Microbiology, allowing the publication of replication studies, negative or null results, research proposals, data management plans, additions to established methods, and interdisciplinary work.
The discipline of microbiology at Trinity College Dublin celebrates its centenary in 2019 and this meeting will mark the occasion by focusing attention on the significant contributions that have been made by the College to microbial sciences.
The Microbiology Society are delighted to be hosting the Federation of Infection Societies 2019 Conference (FIS 2019) in Edinburgh between 11-14 November 2019.
As part of the celebrations for our anniversary, we invite the microbiology community to submit images related to the microbiological world to help highlight how microbiology answers big questions by giving us knowledge of very small things.
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22 August 2019
After five years at Charles Darwin House, we are on the move. Our new headquarters will be at 14–16 Meredith Street, London, EC1R 0AB and we will move in from 2 September 2019.
15 August 2019
On 8 July, Rachel Exley attended her first Parliamentary and Scientific Committee Discussion meeting, at Portcullis house in Westminster. The title of the meeting was “STEM education and skills” and provided a forum for discussion between Members of Parliament and representatives of scientific bodies, industry and academia on how to inspire and engage young people in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) subjects in order to address the skills shortage in the future UK workforce. The focus was particularly on engineering, and a diverse panel of speakers were invited to share their perspectives. I attended the meeting to gather information and identify ways the Microbiology Society might contribute to this agenda.