#FEMSmicroBlog

The #FEMSmicroBlog highlights the fascinating aspects of all things microbiology. The blog presents recent microbiology papers, gives a voice to members of the FEMS community, tells fascinating and lesser-known facts about the history of microbiology, reports about events and meetings, highlights the global relevance of microbiology, and more. Browse the #FEMSmicroBlog to read more about your favourite microbiology and research topics!

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Illustrations for the #FEMSmicroBlog by Eliza Wolfson/@eliza_coli (FEMS and Eliza Wolfson, CC-BY-SA-NC 4.0)

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27-11-2021

#FEMSmicroBlog: Tools and techniques to explore a central regulator of fungal infections

Fungi cause >300 million cases of serious[...]

19-11-2021

#FEMSmicroBlog: Antimicrobial resistance in the environment – where are we?

We have been using and misusing antibiotics[...]

15-11-2021

#FEMSmicroBlog: Rock-eating microbes remove nitrate from groundwater using iron

Nitrate is one of the most common groundwater[...]

08-11-2021

#FEMSmicroBlog: Bacterial endocarditis without tissue damage

Endothelial tissue surrounding the heart can[...]

05-11-2021

#FEMSmicroBlog: Usi l'agar? Questo è grazie ad Angelina Hesse!

Angelina Fanny Hesse è stata la mente creativa[...]

02-11-2021

#FEMSmicroBlog: Vous avez de l’agar? Dites merci à Angelina Hesse!

Angelina Fanny Hesse fut l'esprit créatif[...]

28-10-2021

#FEMSmicroBlog: Bacterfield – when bacteria join the fight!

Do you want to find out a bit more about[...]

24-10-2021

#FEMSmicroBlog: How time affects microbial communities in the rhizosphere

Microbes and host plants interact in complex[...]

21-10-2021

#FEMSmicroBlog: The balancing act between basic and applied science

A career in science is characterized by[...]

18-10-2021

#FEMSmicroBlog: Celebrating microbes every day

Have you already thanked microorganisms today[...]

13-10-2021

#FEMSmicroBlog: Why Quarantining?

Most of us have experienced some form of[...]

10-10-2021

#FEMSmicroBlog: Where do meat-spoiling bacteria come from?

Beef is popular in Europe as consumers eat[...]