Why go to an academic conference? Robert Millar shares his top five reasons.
Alli Cartwright investigates the fascinating connections between microbes and our DNA.
Dr Chioma Blaise Chikere was awarded the SfAM President's Fund Grant earlier this year. Find out how this has furthered her career.
Are STI home-testing kits the answer to an increasingly stretched sexual health service?
Allison's fascination for insects left her wondering about their microbiomes. What would happen to these microbes if the insects become extinct?
In The Butchering Art, historian Lindsey Fitzharris recreates a critical turning point in the history of medicine, when Joseph Lister transformed surgery from a brutal, harrowing practice to the safe, vaunted profession we know today.
Marwan Hussain's study in the UK was co-funded by the Society for Applied Microbiology (SfAM) International Capacity Building Grant and the Council for At-Risk Academics (Cara). He shares why it was important to him.
Positions in the media are notoriously diificult to access. That's just one of the reasons SfAM supports the British Science Association Media Fellowships.
Robert Millar looks at the pitfalls and positives of sharing the wonders of science with the world at large.
SfAM spoke to to Elaine Cloutman-Green about Nosocomial- a devised play about AMR, diagnosis and the unseen work of healthcare scientists.