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Visualising bluetongue virus in midges

Today at the Society’s Annual Conference, Alice Muntzer spoke about a new way to visualise virus particles inside biting midges that spread disease. This unusual looking image is a fluorescently labelled section of a Culicoides biting midge. On the left … Continue reading

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Can we use models to predict virus outbreaks?

Professor Matthew Baylis from the University of Liverpool will talk about his predictions for future impacts of climate change on infectious diseases of animals at the Microbiology Society Annual Conference today (21 March). If we can anticipate what will happen … Continue reading

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