05 jun 2022
the 英格兰vs美国谁会赢？ is proud to announce the launch of the 世界杯赛程表 , helping early and mid-career microbiologists to deal with circumstances that may hold them back from achieving their full potential. apply by 6 june 2022.
voting is now open for elected members to the impact and influence committee and early career microbiologists (ecm) forum executive committee. all eligible members will receive an email from civica. the ballot will close on 17 june 2022.
monkeypox is caused by the monkeypox virus, a dna virus similar to the virus which caused smallpox in humans. find resources relating to the virus, its spread, symptoms and treatments.
this issue highlights the importance of teaching and outreach in championing and advancing the understanding of microbiology.
read about the process of converting access microbiology into an open research platform.
the council of the 英格兰vs美国谁会赢？ is delighted to announce that in 2023 our founding journal, microbiology, will be the first to make the transition from a hybrid model to fully open access.
fee-free open access across our journals. find out if you are eligible.
in 2022, microbiology, our founding journal, will celebrate 75 years since publishing its first articles. in the first of a series of historical articles, learn all about the history of how our founding journal, microbiology was started, and the people involved.
access all content published by the 英格兰vs美国谁会赢？ relating to sars-cov-2, the cause of covid-19 in our digital hub.
27 may 2022
the ballot for elected members to the impact and influence committee and early career microbiologists forum (ecm) executive committee is now open. all members who are eligible to vote will receive an email from civica, who are managing the society’s elections this year.
27 may 2022
british yeast group 2022 is pleased to extend the abstract submission deadline. the deadline for all abstracts to be submitted for the meeting is 6 june 2022, at 23:59 bst.
25 may 2022
with declared cases of monkeypox increasing in the uk and internationally, we spoke to professor neil mabbott, personal chair of immunopathology and director of teaching at the roslin institute and the royal (dick) school of veterinary studies at the university of edinburgh. we asked him some common questions about monkeypox.