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For her AMI-sponsored Summer Placement, forensic science student Edie Holmes joined a team investigating whether microbial profiling could be used to link dirt bikes to vandalised sites of special scientific interest (SSSIs). Here’s what happened.
Applied Microbiology International (AMI) is delighted to announce their 2023 Honorary Fellowship will be awarded to James Prosser, Emeritus Professor in Environmental Microbiology in the School of Biological Sciences at the University of Aberdeen.
Scientists have created a toolkit to delete genes in Achromobacter, making the deadly bacterium tractable for research purposes.
A fascinating talk on microbiome disruption and restoration was delivered by Dr Martin Blaser for the Ashford Memorial Lecture 2023.
Microbes discovered in a peat bog could be used to break down plastic pollution, research being carried out at Queen’s University Belfast has revealed.
Applied Microbiology International is celebrating after being shortlisted for two awards at the 2023 Memcom Excellence Awards, which recognise the best of the membership sector.
Microbiology journal recruits first intake of Junior Editors in drive to nurture early careers talent
The peer-reviewed journal Letters in Applied Microbiology is recruiting its first intake of Junior Editors as part of its new drive to nurture early careers talent.
Applied Microbiology International (AMI) has announced it will be giving back to its journal authors by offering them a year’s free membership.
Professor James Ebdon reveals his experience of pitching bacteriophages to the Commons Science and Technology Committee.
Applied Microbiology International is celebrating after trustee Dr Emmanuel Adukwu was awarded the Royal Society of Biology’s Higher Education Bioscience Teacher of the Year award for 2023.
Applied Microbiology International (AMI) member Shamik Roy was among a group of young scientists and engineers who quizzed government representatives at the Voice of the Future event this week.
Researchers who scoured deep sea sponges in search of novel antimicrobial compounds have discovered several bacterial strains that are effective against a variety of pathogens.
Applied Microbiology International (AMI) has welcomed the EU Commission President’s recent mention of starting work on associating the UK to the €100bn (£88.6bn) Horizon Europe programme.
A regulatory pathway needs to be developed if the UK is to reap the benefits of bacteriophage therapy, Applied Microbiology International (AMI) has warned.
David Pearce, inaugural Editor-in-Chief of Sustainable Microbiology (SMI), the latest scientific journal launched by Applied Microbiology International, talks adaptability, environmental microbiology and life at a polar research station.