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18 Jun 2019 18:30 BMA House, Tavistock Square, London, WC1H 9JP

Fellowship Award 2019 - Professor Dame Sally Davies

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25 Jun 2019 Westminster, London UK

Parliamentary Links Day 2019

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15 Oct 2019 TBC London, UK

Environmental Microbiology Lecture 2019

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Latest news

10 May 2019

Insectamageddon

Allison's fascination for insects left her wondering about their microbiomes. What would happen to these microbes if the insects become extinct?

Agricultural Microbiology  Environmental Microbiology  Antimicrobials 

05 Apr 2019

CMO Dame Sally Davies given SfAM Fellowship

The Executive Committee of the Society for Applied Microbiology is delighted to announce Professor Dame Sally Davies as our 2019 SfAM Fellow.

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02 Apr 2019

SfAM publishes data on Executive Committee gender

The Society for Applied Microbiology publishes historical diversity data on the Society's Executive Committee

21 Mar 2019

Tap water- source of bacterial contamination?

New study in Journal of Applied Microbiology examines presence of microbes in tap water from homes and office buildings.

News  Water microbiology 

13 Mar 2019

WH Pierce 2019: Lindsay Hall

This year's WH Pierce Prize winner is....

News  Medical Microbiology  Antimicrobial resistance  Pharmaceutical Microbiology 

21 Feb 2019

Sepsis test offers hope for the future

Researchers at University of Strathclyde hope experimental 2.5-minute sepsis test could save lives

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