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The UK Scoiety for General Microbiology has started a new blog, Microbe Post. The blog posts will be written by SGM members and report on research covered in SGM’s four journals: Microbiology, Journal of General Virology, Journal of Medical Microbiology … Continue reading
So you’ve heard about Flipboard, the publishing sensation on iPads? I’m a huge fan and I’ve been writing about Flipboard on my other blog. But you don’t have an iPad? I can help you with that: MicrobiologyBytes on Surfboard Ride … Continue reading
Last month Martin Fenner wrote about creating a reading list for his blog, Goobledygook. This was such a good idea that I decided to copy it, so now you can get a list of all the papers referred to on MicrobiologyBytes. … Continue reading
I’ve been very busy over the last few weeks, mostly going to and talking at a whole series of conferences, but also not writing Principles of Molecular Virology (too busy), and spending lots of time sitting in hospitals waiting to … Continue reading
Thanks to everyone who left a comment on yesterday’s post. If you’d like to contribute, there’s still time, and I don’t mind if you prefer to remain anonymous. Tomorrow, we’ll get back to some microbiology :-)