Sponsoring and Advertising

Sponsoring and exhibiting at FEMS Congresses

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.

 

FEMS and ASM announce World Microbe Forum

Recognizing that microbial sciences, just like microbes, know no borders, the Federation of European Microbiological Societies (FEMS) and the American Society of Microbiology (ASM) have come together to launch a new initiative– the World Microbe Forum, taking place online from 20-24 June, 2021. Bringing together two of the biggest meetings in the microbial sciences, ASM Microbe 2021 and FEMS2021, together under one platform to further science.

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For support and exhibition opportunities, please email Katerina Vicen.

Advertising in our journals

Covers of the FEMS Journals
The 7 scientific journals in the FEMS portfolio cover the full spectrum of microbiology

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:

FEMS Microbiology Ecology| FEMS Microbiology Letters| FEMS Microbiology Reviews | Pathogens and Disease | FEMS Yeast Research | FEMS Microbes | microLife

Featured Issue

Yeast Genomes

Yeast genome sequencing is a fast-moving field of yeast research and is yielding significant results. This Thematic Issue from FEMS Yeast Research highlights the current advances being made in genome analysis and represents the progress that has been achieved over the last 25 years. Papers in this issue cover topics including fungal hybridization, RNA-seq data analysis, mass spectrometry, beer brewing, and the natural history of the Saccharomyces genus.

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