TagsAfrica Agriculture Antibiotics Antivirals Bacteria Bacteriophages Biofilms Biology Biotechnology blog cancer disease Drugs Education Emerging disease Environment Food Fungi Genetics Google+ Health History HIV/AIDS Immunology infection Influenza Malaria Medicine Microbiology Mycology Parasitology plants Podcast Prions retrovirus RNA Science Tuberculosis University of Leicester Vaccines viaGoogle+ Video Virology virus
Top Posts & Pages
This is a personal weblog. The opinions expressed here represent my own views and not those of my employer or any other organization. Comments on posts represent the opinions of visitors.
MicrobiologyBytes by AJ Cann is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 3.0 Unported License.
Tag Archives: SGM
Latest Edition – Antimicrobials Antibiotic discovery: then and now Accessing the biosynthetic potential of Actinobacteria Waging war on fungi – the unknown superbugs Enzybiotics and phages: safe alternatives to antibiotics in the control of food safety Drugs from bugs that … Continue reading
SGM Spring 2012 Conference, The Convention Centre Dublin 26-29 March 2012 Continue reading
Stanley Prusiner was awarded the first ever SGM Prize Medal (to a microbiologist of international standing whose work has had a far-reaching impact beyond microbiology) at the SGM Spring meeting at Harrogate on 1st April 2009. MicrobiologyBytes was there and … Continue reading