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The European Helicobacter and Microbiota Study Group annual conference was funded by an SfAM Scientific Meeting Support Grant. This year had the additional challenge of needing to be rescheduled to a virtual format.
If you attended our Plant Microbe Interactions online event, we'd love your feedback!
SfAM's Scientific Meeting Support Grant was used to sponsor this year's Young Microbiologist's Symposium, and support its move to an online format.
ECS member Alli Cartwright wants to be cultivating more than plants in her garden this year.
ECS Welfare Officer Nasmille Larke-Mejía has an important message about soil health in this blog.
October is Black History Month - ECS Lead Communications Officer Caleb Marsh highlights five black microbiologists through history.
The Micro-Talks webinar series marks another in a series of firsts that we’ve had to adapt to a changing world in 2020
The National Biofilms Innovation Centre (NBIC) are pleased to announce the launch of their biofilm awareness campaign, #BiofilmAware, which will run over the next 12 months.
SfAM has responded to the Department for Business, Energy, and Industrial Strategy's (BEIS) UK Research and Development Roadmap survey.
Alli Cartwright returns to discuss her experience finding antimicrobials in the world's waters.
SfAM response to HoC Science and Technology Committee UK Science Capability and Influence in Global Outbreaks
SfAM has responded to the House of Commons Science and Technology Committee's inquiry into UK Science, Research and Technology Capability and Influence in Global Disease Outbreaks.
Exploring the first contact between microbe and their host during the early life developmental window
“the best laid plans….”
SfAM has responded to the House of Lords Science and Technology Committee's inquiry on The Science of COVID-19, which aims to help Government learn from the current pandemic and better prepare for future epidemics.
SfAM contributed to the Royal Society of Biology's response to the Science and Technology Select Committee (Commons) inquiry into a new UK research funding agency.