Dr Chioma Blaise Chikere was awarded the SfAM President's Fund Grant earlier this year. Find out how this has furthered her career.
The double life of Pseudomonas putida: ubiquitous soil bacteria and useful microbial chassis.
How important is clean water to global health? Dr Bill Snelling and the SAFEWATER team talk to students to raise awareness.
Allison's fascination for insects left her wondering about their microbiomes. What would happen to these microbes if the insects become extinct?
The warnings to be found in Rachel Carson's Silent Spring makes us wonder if we're eradicating too many insects and microbes.
As an ECS Committee Member looks to enter the truly grown-up world of home-owner, she started to ponder what microbes were in her current family home and how these will differ from those in the house she will buy.
A scientist who's documenting the grim decimation of the world’s coral reefs and a former naturopath turned whistle-blower on the alternative therapy industry have been jointly awarded the 2018 John Maddox Prize for their courage in promoting science and evidence
The marine microbiome is the diverse community of microorganisms found in oceans and other marine environments. This briefing covers threats to marine microbes and their potential uses for industry.
Alli Cartwright, SfAM's ECS Publications Officer looks at the galactic intersection between space travel and microbiology.