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About FEMS
About FEMS

We are leading the way in promoting excellence and equality in science, and in channelling high quality knowledge to solving today’s societal problems around microbiology. We do this by funding research, giving out travel and training grants to scientists, publishing our journals, running events, and managing collaborative projects with other partner organizations.

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Events
Bacterial Locomotion and Signal Transduction - BLAST 2021
17-01-2021

The BLAST Conference is the premier venue to hear the latest scientific advances in prokaryotic signal transduction[...]

Events
British Phycological Society Annual Meeting
04-01-2021

The British Phycological Society is inviting you to their online annual meeting that is going to take place between[...]

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Bioinformatician/data scientist position: Germany
01-01-2021

The Institute for Pharmacy, Pharmaceutical Microbiology at the Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences of the[...]

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PhD position in Terrestrial Ecology: Copenhagen
01-01-2021

The Department of Biology, Faculty of Science, at the University of Copenhagen (UCPH) is offering a PhD position in[...]

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Featured Issue

Biology and risk factors of human pathogens from the environment

Many of the most serious human infectious agents are either derived from the wider environment or have environmental reservoirs. In this Thematic Issue from FEMS Microbiology Letters, we explore the underlying biology, transmission cycles and risk factors for a breadth of microbes, presented as a series of original research and mini-reviews.

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SAVE THE DATE FOR FEMS2021

It is a great pleasure to encourage you to participate in the 9th Congress of European Microbiologists – FEMS2021 – which will be held online from 12-14 July 2021.

FEMS2021 will bring together leading scientists spanning different fields of microbiology to celebrate the best of microbiology. This congress will showcase the most recent developments in microbiology to address some of the global challenges we face today.

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