The UK Government is seeking an “ambitious agreement” for future science collaboration with the European Union. So, what’s on the agenda and what can you do to help?
The Society for Applied Microbiology (SfAM) offers Full, International and Life Members the opportunity to give undergraduate students and recent graduates, studying microbiology as part of their degree programme, the opportunity to obtain work experience. The Students into Work Grant… Read More ›
The Society for Applied Microbiology welcomed Professor Koen Venema as the Journal of Applied Microbiology (JAM) lecturer at our Annual Conference in Gateshead in July. Venema’s work focusses on beneficial microbes and how best to harness their potential. He’s an… Read More ›
Lucy Harper, Chief Executive of the Society for Applied Microbiology spoke to Wiley about our Early Career Scientists (ECS) group. The ECS Committee organize events for ECS and Student Members at the Annual Applied Microbiology Conference and contribute to Microbiologist magazine. Lucy chats about… Read More ›
Allison Cartwright is web publication officer for our Early Career Scientists (ECS) group. Here, she ponders the consequences of our appetite for crayfish and a cavalier attitude to pollution. The white-clawed crayfish is an endangered species found in the UK… Read More ›