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Weiss, R. (2015) What’s the host and what’s the microbe? The Marjory Stephenson Prize Lecture 2015. Journal of General Virology, 03 July, 2015 doi: 10.1099/jgv.0.000220 The interchange between retroviruses and their hosts is an intimate one because retroviruses integrate proviral … Continue reading
Recent data suggest that emerging diseases may instead have been circulating widely for hundreds or thousands of years. Continue reading
At the Society’s 2014 Annual Conference, Professor Stephen Curry was awarded the Peter Wildy Prize. This is his prize lecture, in which he describes how he became involved in science communication and why it is an important discipline for researchers … Continue reading
Coronaviruses are a hot topic at present. In this podcast, MicrobiologyBytes looks at where they come from and how they might affect you. Continue reading
See: 10 things you should know about novel coronavirus (nCoV)
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Full length video of this great talk – make sure you watch this! Continue reading
Carl Zimmer: Our Viral Future