Academy of Europe

The Academy of Europe was founded in 1988 and aims to advance excellence in scholarship in the humanities, law, the economic, social, and political sciences, mathematics, medicine, and all branches of natural and technological sciences anywhere in the world for the advancement of the education of the public of all ages across Europe. The Academy consists of leading experts from the physical sciences and technology, biological sciences and medicine, mathematics and cognitive sciences. Only the microbiologists from this wider academy are listed below.

 

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Arber, Werner
Baltimore, David
Bassi, Roberto
Becker, Peter
Bishop, John
Cano, César
Casselton, Lorna
Chet, Ilan
Coates, David
Cossart, Pascale
Coupland, George
Crumpton, Michael
Donachie, William
Fenchel, Tom
Fiers, Walter
Fleckenstein, Bernhard
Gallwitz, Dieter
Giraldo, Rafael
Glover, Lesley
Graf, Thomas
Grencis, Richard
Grosschedl, Rudolf
Guerrero, Ricard
Hacker, Jörg
Hausen, Harald
Hay, Ronald
Hopwood, David
Jalkanen, Sirpa
Jetten, Mike
Kahmann, Regine
Kamoun, Sophien
Kärre, Klas
Keller, Walter
Klein, George
Kondorosi, Èva
Kornberg, Hans
Lane, David
Lengauer, Thomas
Margarita, Salas
Moissl-Eichinger, Christine
Montecucco, Cesare
Moretta, Lorenzo
Natvig, Jacob
Netea, Mihai
Normark, Staffan
Norrby, Erling
Nurse, Paul
O’Hare, Peter
Oren, Moshe
Otlewski, Jace
Raspor, Peter
Rey, Félix
Rosswall, Thomas
Salas, Margarita
Sansonetti, Philippe
Scherf, Artur
Sharon, Nathan
Sibuet, Myriam
Steinmetz, Michael
Steitz, Joan
Stewart, William
Suerbaum, Sebastian
Svanborg, Catharina
Sverdlov, Eugeny
Talbot, Nicholas
Thauer, Rudolf
Trautner, Thomas
Van der Eb, Alex
Vanek, Zdenko
Von Boehmer, Harald
Vousden, Karen
Weiss, Robin
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This Thematic Issue of FEMS Microbiology Letters contains eight papers based on oral presentations or posters presented at the 12th International Conference on Halophilic Microorganisms – Halophiles 2019, in Cluj-Napoca, Romania. The location for the event recognizes the great diversity of hypersaline environments in Romania and the rich history of the exploration of the microbial diversity in those environments. This Thematic Issue explores the latest developments on the microorganisms living in these unique environments.

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