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Upcoming events

15 Oct 2019 Bakers' Hall, Harp Lane, London EC3R 6DP

Environmental Microbiology Lecture 2019

Lecture 

25 Nov 2019 TheWesley, London NW1 2EZ

Science Policy Workshop

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Latest news

10 Sep 2019

EFRA committee publishes SfAM response to the plastic food packaging inquiry

The House of Commons Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Committee has published SfAM's written evidence submitted to the inquiry into plastic food packaging.

29 Aug 2019

The student experience – would it be complete without microbes?

What infections can students encounter and where will these microbes be hiding?

08 Aug 2019

Yeast: deliciously ancient

Allison Cartwight, SfAM ECS Communications Officer, goes on a journey with yeast.

09 Jul 2019

Science policy report: Food safety and food manufacturing and processing

This briefing focuses on recent and upcoming developments in food processing, food manufacture and the wider food supply chain, which will have an impact on risks related to harmful microorganisms (such as bacteria and viruses) and their toxins in foods.

Food Microbiology 

03 Jun 2019

Big Shoes to Fill

Meet our next ECS committee chair, Jennie French.

16 May 2019

EMI Lecture 2019: Professor Juan Luis Ramos

The double life of Pseudomonas putida: ubiquitous soil bacteria and useful microbial chassis.

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