Sponsoring and Advertising
Sponsoring and exhibiting at FEMS Events
We are happy to announce the next FEMS Conference on Microbiology. Our commitment at FEMS is to support microbiologists with their work, promote the best in microbiology research to the world, and bring microbiologists together. Especially scientists and professionals from the Southeast of Europe will have the opportunity to be part of a world class event and most certainly a cornerstone of the new phase of the regional SEE development in Microbiology. Be part of this event, where intercontinental, European, regional, and local scientists from all stages in their career and from all demographical backgrounds, can participate in a multifaceted conference.
For support and exhibition opportunities at Belgrade 2022, please email Malin Inzinger.
Our Congress is one of the leading meetings of its kind that connects thousands of microbiologists from around the world. It features symposia and workshops led by prominent scientists in their respective fields. The goal of this international gathering is to provide a comprehensive forum for the exploration and discussion of various topics in microbiology. Our congresses usually attract ~2000 attendees and are made possible with great thanks to our sponsors and exhibitors.
For support and exhibition opportunities at FEMS2023, please email Katerina Vicen.
Advertising in our journals
The FEMS Journals are highly-respected by microbiologists around the world. Their articles were downloaded worldwide over 2,6 million times in 2017. They provide the perfect opportunity to reach your target market with a range of advertising opportunities across the journal portfolio.
For information about advertising in our journals, please contact Naomi Reeves via email or phone: + 44 (0) 1865 355396.
You can also find the Journals mediakits via the below links:
Explore a new Thematic Issue on C1 Metabolism from FEMS Microbiology Letters. One-carbon or “C1” metabolism has been studied for many years and in several different forms. This Thematic Issue brings together new research and covers several different subtopics. This issue includes studies on aerobic microorganisms in marine environments, methylotrophic methanogens, hydrogenotrophic methanogens, hemerythrins, methane in forest soils, and methanogenic archaea in peatlands.