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The Society for General Microbiology is a membership organisation for scientists who work in all areas of microbiology.

It is the largest learned microbiological society in Europe with a worldwide membership based in universities, industry, hospitals, research institutes and schools.

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  1. Call for microbiologists to help fight Ebola in Sierra Leone
    Call for microbiologists to help fight Ebola in Sierra Leone

    25 November 2014

    The Ebola outbreak in West Africa continues to spread, with the WHO reporting that it has caused 5,420 deaths, although deaths and cases of infection are likely to have been under-reported. The disease continues to be transmitted in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone.

    Earlier in the month, we spoke to Society member Professor Ian Goodfellow, who is soon to travel to Sierra Leone to work with Public Health England (PHE) to increase diagnostic capacities in the country where many areas lack access to treatment facilities or laboratories.

  2. The Society for General Microbiology is bringing students and the public together in the search for new antibiotics
    The Society for General Microbiology is bringing students and the public together in the search for new antibiotics

    18 November 2014

    Today, the Society launched ‘The Small World Initiative’ in the UK and Ireland, a project that will give the general public, students and educators the opportunity to work with scientists as part of a global initiative to discover new antibiotics.

From the blog

  1. Microbe Talk: November 2014

    24 November 2014

    New York’s Central Park is huge. This iconic rectangle of greenery, 2.5 miles long and 0.5 miles wide, receives 40 million human visitors annually and is home to hundreds of species of animals and insects, and over 25,000 trees. But what of the world beneath the soil? How many microbes are living beneath the different environments […]

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Upcoming Events rss

  1. Annual Conference 2015

    30 Mar - 2 Apr     ICC Birmingham, UK

  2. Irish Division Meeting 2015: Microbial Interfaces

    17 - 19 Jun     Galway, Ireland

  3. Focused Meeting 2015: International Meeting on Arboviruses and their Vectors

    7 - 8 Sep     Glasgow, UK

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