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Alli Cartwright returns to discuss her experience finding antimicrobials in the world's waters.
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.
Royal Society of Biology response to UK Research and Innovation (UKRI) Open Access Review consultation
SfAM contributed to the Royal Society of Biology's response to UKRI's Open Access Review, which sought views on its proposed open access policy for peer-reviewed research articles and academic books that result from research supported by UKRI.
SfAM would love your feedback on the Micro-Talks webinar series
This International Women in Engineering Day, the NBIC has released a blog by environmental microbiologist Dr Katherine Fish.
Georgia Jones shares a little of her expertise into what happens in your body after death - and the organisms that take up residence when you're gone. Take a look at the post-mortem microbiome and decomposition process.
We're still accepting abstracts for Micro-Talks!
ECS member Binod Rayamajhee talks about AMR in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.
The welfare, health and safety of everyone who contributes to the work of the Society is paramount.
ECS Secretary James Williamson takes a break from pandemic-related news with a lighthearted guide on the best board games for you to try in quarantine.
Alli Cartwright discusses the (not-so-humble) E. coli, and all the ways it's helped us as humans.
Georgia Jones describes the link between viruses and cancer.
'REMEMBER, REMEMBER!' is a play written by Nicola Baldwin with Dr Elaine Cloutman-Green, which has now been released alongside 3 activity packs as a resource for home-schooling.
Her co-discovery of CRISPR-Cas9 genetic engineering technology, with collaborator, French scientist Emmanuelle Charpentier, has changed human and agricultural genomics research forever.