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Dive into the exciting world of Microbiology, narrated by one nice, helpful microbe called Benny and one not very nice germ called Mal. In this episode they introduce us to some of their microbe friends! Podcast Episode 1 (10 December … Continue reading
twitter.com/search/%23microtwjc Read: Bats host major mammalian paramyxoviruses. (2012) Nature Communications 3, Article number: 796 doi:10.1038/ncomms1796 The large virus family Paramyxoviridae includes some of the most significant human and livestock viruses, such as measles-, distemper-, mumps-, parainfluenza-, Newcastle disease-, respiratory syncytial … Continue reading
Microbiology Twitter journal club tonight, 8pm UK time: Read the paper: A draft genome of Yersinia pestis from victims of the Black Death. Be on Twitter at 8pm UK time tonight. Join in the conversation via the hashtag: #microtwjc
I promised I would write about the first Microbiology Twitter Journal Club (#microtwjc), held yesterday, so here it is. Click through the images below for larger versions. As ever, I am grateful for the invaluable help of Martin Hawksey. … Continue reading
A new online microbiology journal club will take place on alternate Tuesdays at 8pm UK Time (GMT+1) and aims to cover topics across the whole spectrum of microbiology. The first paper (for 8th May) is: Peptidoglycan-Modifying Enzyme Pgp1 Is Required … Continue reading
A talk given at the Annual Meeting of the Dutch Society for Microbiology, 17th April 2012: Social Media in Microbiology Education A.J. Cann Tweet
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