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In a dive through SfAM's archives, we bring back some of the early articles from former president Martin Adam's popular series 'London's microbiota', which examines the microbial history of the UK's capital city.
Hannah Brace-Thompson shares her experience of attending SfAM's ECS Research Symposium last year as an undergraduate - her first conference but certainly not her last!
Alli Cartwright weighs the heroes and villains of climate change - microbially speaking
With help from the ECS committee, social media officer Robert G. Millar explores some of the spookier bugs this Hallowe'en season.
Alli Cartwright ponders whether our mental health affects our microbiome - or the other way around?