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As an alternative to tutorials, virtual laboratory simulations represent a new way of preparing students for hands on exercises, such as laboratory work, and various computer based technologies are now being recognized as enabling reform of laboratory teaching practice. The … Continue reading
Este libro de Principios de virología molecular, que es la traducción de la cuarta edición en inglés ha tenido éxito extraordinario. Constituye una introducción esencial a la virología moderna, desde un enfoque molecular; es una obra clara y concisa, siendo … Continue reading
MicrobiologyBytes Halloween House of Horror Part II: Monsters, microbiology and mathematics – the epidemiology of a zombie apocalypse
This is the first time I’ve ever cited Twilight on MicrobiologyBytes. Don’t expect it happen again anytime soon :-) Continue reading
How should we communicate about infectious disease to young people? Continue reading
1. Now the International Journal of Student Research – we accept papers from across the world 2. Now accepting papers from taught masters as well as undergraduate 3. Now accepting multiple authors (to include supervisors) although the student must be … Continue reading
Full length video of this great talk – make sure you watch this! Continue reading
All Shiny and New – the all new, all singing, all dancing Society for General Microbiology Website. Continue reading