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Microbe Talk: Junior Awards for Microbiology

The panic that sets in just before taking the stand at a conference is all too common. Wouldn’t it be great if there was some way to get presenting experience in a relaxed, friendly environment?

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Using yeast to produce a better polio vaccine

On 14-15 June, the Early Careers Microbiologists’ Forum Conference will be held at the University of Birmingham. The Conference will give Early Career Microbiologists the opportunity to present their research, network and attend professional development sessions.  Lee Sherry provides some … Continue reading

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Annual Conference 2018: An ECM perspective

Rebecca Hall, Communications Representative for the Early Career Microbiologists’ Forum Executive Committee reflects on her experiences at the Microbiology Society Annual Conference 2018: The lead up to the Microbiology Society’s Annual Conference 2018 was busy to say the least. As Communications Representative … Continue reading

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The JAM was packed…

Last month, the Institute for Microbiology and Infection hosted the first Junior Award for Microbiology event, organised to give early-career researchers a forum to talk about their research and network with their peers. In this post, Dr Amanda Rossiter – … Continue reading

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Voice of the Future 2015

Last week, the Society for General Microbiology sponsored my attendance at the Voice of the Future event, which gave early-career researchers like myself the opportunity to grill MPs from the UK Parliament’s Science and Technology Committee (STC). It was an … Continue reading

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