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If you are a member of one of our Member Societies, we would love to hear from you so we can spread the news of your society’s activities, developments, and initiatives to the microbiology community. Just fill in the following news submission form so we can communicate your news.

Our communications network consists of tens of thousands of international and European microbiologists who we engage with our newsletters, social media (TwitterFacebookInstagram, LinkedIn, and YouTube), and website content.

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Do you want to submit news from your Member Society for us to communicate amongst out international network? You can use this form to submit news to our communications team.
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