SfAM enables microbiologists within our membership and beyond to connect with Government and Parliament, giving them a voice to help maximise the impact of microbiological research and application.
“Wisdom is not a product of schooling but of the lifelong attempt to acquire it.” ― Albert Einstein
SfAM publishes 5 top peer-reviewed journals with our partners at Wiley. Find out more about them and how to get access to them here.
Microbiologist magazine is FREE to all
SfAM offers commentary and analysis on some of the most interesting microbiological news and current affairs - as well as details on our work, members, grants and events.
Our blog hosts talented scientists and writers who are given the freedom to write on whatever microbiological subjects they choose.
SfAM members and guests discuss current topics, events and goings on in the world of applied microbiology.
SfAM recognises the accomplishments of scientists and public figures in our key priority areas and on a range of microbiology issues.
Public Health England produces a comprehensive list of recommended practices and standards for procedures in clinical microbiology. Find out more about SfAM's involvement in this process on this page.
SfAM Members gain access to the Science in Parliament magazine.