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We are launching new collections of digital content for our anniversary, under the heading Why Microbiology Matters. The fifth of these digital content hubs is dedicated to Understanding viruses and challenges in microbiology.

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  • Microbiology Editor’s Choice: induction of protein expression by cell wall targeting antibiotics

    03 August 2023

    Each month, a manuscript published in our flagship journal pc端电脑梯子  is chosen by a member of the Editorial Board. This month, the paper is titled ‘Induction of clpP expression by cell wall targeting antibiotics in pc端如何上外网’ and was chosen by Professor Isabelle Martin-Verstraete.

  • 求稳定的梯子

    31 July 2023

    MicroNews is the sister series of our podcast Microbe Talk, where we discuss microbiology in the news over the last month. As COVID-19 is taking over the news elsewhere, we decided to focus on other stories from the microbial world, including parasitic fungi with behaviour-changing effects, medieval medicines and the smell of sweat.

  • Life after a pandemic: What we can learn from the Spanish flu?

    30 July 2023

    With the slow return to a new ‘normality’, it is hard to know what life will be like out of lockdown. A direct comparison to the current situation with SARS-CoV-2 (the virus that causes COVID-19) is the Spanish influenza pandemic of 1918. Spanish flu affected a staggering one-third of the world’s population and killed 50 million. As much as the two viruses are very different, the societal reactions during both pandemics are similar, and our way of coping with COVID-19 can be understood by reflecting on the measures used 100 years ago. 

  • ECM Forum Online 2023: a view from twitter

    29 July 2023

    On the 16—17 July 2023, the Early Career Microbiologists’ (ECM) Forum hosted a virtual poster and video session on the ECM Forum LinkedIn group. This two-day activity was dedicated to showcasing early career research and building networks.


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