Peter Green reviews The Reinvention of Coley's Toxins
Alli Cartwright, SfAM's ECS Publications Officer looks at the galactic intersection between space travel and microbiology.
William Hall and Anthony McDonnell are the co-authors of Superbugs - an Arms Race Against Bacteria. They were both members of the core team who produced the Review’s seven reports published during 2014 - 2016.
How to kill your rivals – Type VI secretion system-mediated bacterial warfare.
Rep. Louise Slaughter, the only microbiologist in Congress, who championed women’s rights and American manufacturing for more than three decades as a Democratic congresswoman died Friday at George Washington University Hospital.
Professor Brendan Gilmore (Queen’s University Belfast) answers the question. “What would a year without antibiotics look like?”
Study reveals air pollution can alter the effectiveness of antibiotics and increases the potential of disease
A study, published in the Society for Applied Microbiology's journal Environmental Microbiology, has wide implications for the treatment of infectious diseases, which are known to be increased in areas with high levels of air pollution.