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This webinar explores sustainable agriculture by diving into the interactions between common crops and their[...]
COVID-19 Disclaimer: The safety and welfare of our attendees and staff is our top priority. Consequently, FEMS will[...]
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Despite physical distancing resulting from the pandemic, microbial scientists will convene digitally for a unique[...]
Explore a new Thematic Issue on the greater wax moth, Galleria mellonella from Pathogens and Disease. This issue includes reviews and research on insect immune systems and the use of Galleria mellonella as a model organism for assessing the virulence of bacterial pathogens and the effectiveness of antimicrobial agents.
It is a great pleasure to encourage you to participate in World Microbe Forum – incorporating the 9th Congress of European Microbiologists – FEMS2021 – which will be held online from 20 – 24 June 2021.
Recognizing that microbial sciences, just like microbes, know no borders, the Federation of European Microbiological Societies (FEMS) and the American Society of Microbiology (ASM) have come together to launch a new initiative – the World Microbe Forum, taking place online from 20-24 June, 2021. Bringing together two of the biggest meetings in the microbial sciences, ASM Microbe 2021 and FEMS2021, under one platform to further science.