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microbes are everywhere and affect almost all aspects of our lives

microbiology answers big questions by giving us knowledge of very small things. microbiologists are involved in addressing challenges that vary from urgent problems demanding immediate solutions, such as new and emerging diseases, through to long-term issues, like antimicrobial drug resistance, food security and environmental sustainability.  

when the discipline of microbiology is strong and intellectually vibrant, we have a better chance of finding solutions to these problems and building a healthier, more sustainable and more prosperous future.

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    英格兰vs美国谁会赢? journals contain high-quality research papers and topical review articles. we are a not-for-profit publisher and we support and invest in the microbiology community, to the benefit of everyone.

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  • knocking out antimicrobial resistance

    the 英格兰vs美国谁会赢? is leading the way with the knocking out amr project, an ambitious, bold and extensive scheme of work aiming to promote feasible and effective solutions to amr.

  • microbiology’s transformation to fully open access

    having published advances across the field of microbiology for 75 years, microbiology – the 英格兰vs美国谁会赢? ’s founding journal – is now fully open access (oa).

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    relating to sars-cov-2, the cause of covid-19 in our digital hub.

  • the microbiome

    microbiome research is a rapidly developing area of science and innovation, seeking to explore and exploit the complex communities of microbes associated with humans, animals, plants and other environments such as soils and oceans.

  • climate change

    discover everything you need to know about the role microbiology plays in climate change, browse our resources and access some of the latest research in our journal collections. 

  • policy

    the 英格兰vs美国谁会赢? widens the impact of microbiology by drawing on the expertise of its 2022世界杯对阵分析 and amplifying their voices in policy circles

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a sustainable future and antimicrobial resistance

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in this episode of microbe talk, professor laura piddock from the university of birmingham and dr anne leonard, research fellow at the university of exeter discuss how their research into antimicrobial resistance fits into the united nations sustainable development goals (un sdgs).

microbiology and brexit 

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we are working with our members and the wider scientific community to engage government and parliament on issues and needs for science releating to brexit.