Last year, Ananthi Ramachandran, SfAM member and a PhD student at University of Leicester applied to take part in the online STEM engagement project, I’m a Scientist, Get me out of here. “It was my supervisor who brought it to… Read More ›
Jon Turney is a UK-based science writer and author. His articles and reviews have appeared in Times Higher Education, The Guardian, New Scientist, Green Futures and elsewhere. From 1993-2003 he taught at the Department of Science and Technology Studies at University… Read More ›
On 18th April, SfAM and the British Society for Plant Pathology (BSPP) teamed up to host a one-day conference on the applications of plant pathology. The day brought together invited speakers from across the UK and abroad to share their… Read More ›
The 28th of March marked the first SfAM ‘Policy Corner’ at the 7th ECS Research Symposium (although not technically in a corner). Myself and Chris, supported by SfAM’s Policy Subcommittee, wanted to use this opportunity to show our early career… Read More ›
Stewart Cumiskey talks to SfAM President Professor Mark Fielder about his experiences in teaching Applied Microbiology.
The Early Career Scientists 7th Annual Research Symposium was at the University of Birmingham with a focus on Epidemiology and Infection Control. It brought together microbiologists, epidemiologists, public health researchers and early career scientists.Our ECS Communications Officer, Jenny French was at… Read More ›