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Microbe Talk

Microbiology Society

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Microbe Talk is a podcast from the Microbiology Society, interviewing researchers about bacteria, viruses and parasites. We are the largest microbiology society in Europe, covering all aspects of microbial science.
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Microbe Mail

Vindana Chibabhai

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Are you looking for a medical podcast covering every day issues in diagnostic tests, antimicrobial therapy and management of infections that is relevant to a low or middle income setting? A show that simplifies complex concepts in an easy to follow conversational format? You've come to the right place. This is Microbe Mail - a medical podcast for the busy practitioner or student covering topics in microbiology, infectious diseases and infection control. Sign up to our newsletter to receive u ...
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Editors at The Lancet Microbe, in conversation with the journal’s authors, explore their latest research and its impact on people’s health, healthcare, and health policy. A monthly audio companion to this open access journal, this podcast covers a broad range of topics, from using probiotics to reduce Staphylococcus aureus, to phage therapy and monitoring antimicrobial resistance using faecal metagenomes, and more.
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Microbes and Us

Federation of European Microbiological Societies

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Welcome to our podcast, Microbes and Us, brought to you by the Federation of European Microbiological Societies (FEMS). Our FEMS communication gurus, Eleni Koursari and Joseph Shuttleworth, bring into each monthly episode guests from the microbiology field discussing topics from every corner of the microbial world. Whether you are a lover of microbes, a scientist, or you just want to join our fun microbiology community, then this is the podcast for you.
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Joyful Microbe

Justine Dees, PhD

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All about the microbes we encounter in our daily lives (with or without realizing it). The Joyful Microbe podcast helps you see how bacteria, fungi, viruses, archaea, and protozoa live everywhere around us and constantly impact our lives. Host Justine Dees, PhD talks to microbiology experts of all kinds to share the amazing variety of these fascinating microorganisms. Usually, we think of infections, but microbiology is SO MUCH MORE THAN THAT.
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The Microbe Moment is science stories and news for the microbe enthused hosted by microbe lover, Tess Deyett, Ph.D. and pharmaceutical microbiologist Jon Mitchell. In this microbiology focused podcast, we will give you exciting stories, horrid histories, and the most up-to-date news all through a microbial lens. We will even interview our friends and heroes, diving into their own microbial journey. Tess, Ph.D. was changed forever with her first glimpse into the unseen world. At her first mic ...
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MicrobeWorld Video

American Society for Microbiology

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A video podcast by the American Society for Microbiology that highlights the latest in microbiology, life science and biotechnology news. ASM is composed of over 42,000 scientists and health professionals with the mission to advance the microbial sciences as a vehicle for understanding life processes and to apply and communicate this knowledge for the improvement of health and environmental and economic well-being worldwide. For information about ASM and MicrobeWorld, visit us online at www. ...
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MicroBehaviors

Andrew Webb

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These tales of con-men, cave dwellers, and African hunters aren’t just gripping audio-dramas. They reveal secrets about your own behavior. In each episode, Andrew Webb helps you learn and implement MicroBehaviors: small actions from the best research that you can do today. So you flourish at home, work, and in relationships. (For primary sources and extended research visit www.mymicrobehaviors.com)
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MicrobeWorld Video (audio only)

American Society for Microbiology

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A video podcast by the American Society for Microbiology that highlights the latest in microbiology, life science and biotechnology news. ASM is composed of over 42,000 scientists and health professionals with the mission to advance the microbial sciences as a vehicle for understanding life processes and to apply and communicate this knowledge for the improvement of health and environmental and economic well-being worldwide. For information about ASM and MicrobeWorld, visit us online at www. ...
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The spleen is a poorly understood organ that when functioning well, operates efficiently in the background, but what can happen when medical conditions or trauma result in an impairment in that function? In today's episode Vin talks to Professor Veronica Ueckermann about the spleen. They discuss its various functions including mopping up old or dam…
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In aid of The International Day of Women and Girls in Science Clare spoke to Professor Iruka Okeke and Professor Judith Armitage to discuss women in science. In this episode they discuss the importance of mentors, promotions in academia and the inequalities of maternity leave and Clare gains valuable insights from Judy and Iruka's impressive career…
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Elena Dalla Vecchia of The Lancet Microbe speaks to Deborah Williamson and Michael Moso about non-SARS-CoV-2 respiratory viral detection from COVID-19 rapid antigen test devices. Read the full article: https://www.thelancet.com/journals/lanmic/article/PIIS2666-5247(23)00375-0/fulltext?dgcid=buzzsprout_icw_podcast_generic_lanmic Continue this conver…
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Événements annoncés : [ concert ] Drive With A Dead Girl + Aidan Baker @ Malterie Wazemmes [ projection / discussion ] « Paris Stalingrad » @ Polder Hellemmes [ concert ] Nitzer Ebb + Sydney Valette @ Black Lab Wasquehal [ concert ] Eel Men + Racket Corp @ La Bulle Café Moulins [ littérature & musique ] Bibli paroles et musique @ l’Anamorphose Five…
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We're talking more about microbes this week! Have you ever wondered why certain foods and drinks taste the way they do? The answer is microbes! This week, Jeff and Jonathan examine new studies that explore how microbes influence the taste of tea. Later, they discuss the vital role of microbial diversity in cheese production. Lastly, they delve into…
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événements annoncés : [ rassemblement ] soutien à Julian Assange @ Répu Lille [ ciné ] Une Journée particulière @ Anamorphose Fives [ ciné ] Berlin Die Sinfonie der Grossstadt @ Univers Moulins [ bière ] présentation du Brassing Club de Fives @ Anamorphose Fives [ conf ] Médias, le nouveau monopoly : qui possède les médias, pour quoi faire ? @ ESJ …
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This week, Jeff and Jonathan explore the relationship between sounds and plants. Did you know that plants grow towards the sound of water? Next, Jeff disagrees with a recent article he read (article), where scientists are studying rhizobia bacteria that form nitrogen-fixing nodules to enhance plant fertilization. However, Jeff believes that they sh…
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événements annoncés : [ concert ] Swans + Maria W. Horn @ Aéronef Lille [ conf-débat ] Denis Sieffert / Conflit israélo-palestinien @ Sciences Po Lille [ concert ] Glory Holes And The Geniters @ Tipimi Fives [ conf gesticulée ] Comment sauver l’amour @ Polder Hellemmes [ soirée ] de Sans-Valentin @ Chez Violette Moulins [ concert ] Ada Oda + Specia…
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This week, Jeff and Jonathan interview Ted Hammers, co-owner of Alaska Wild Harvest. They tap into the biology of Birch trees, discussing the process of making Alaska birch syrup, its different phases, and its various use cases. Later in the episode, they also discuss the benefits of birch water and chaga. Tune in to this episode of Teaming With Mi…
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Injection drug use is becoming increasingly common in Sub-Saharan Africa...and with it, the myriad of infectious complications. On this episode, Vin chats to Dr Evan Shoul about infections and some important considerations for managing patients who inject drugs. About our Guest: Dr Evan Shoul specialised as a consultant physician in Johannesburg an…
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Evénements annoncés : [ santé ] permanence mensuelle du Garcon59 @ Moulinette Moulins [ conférence ] « Février 1934 - 6 février 2024 : la République face à l'extrême droite » @ Université de Lille - campus Moulins [ concert ] Vision 3D + Under 45 + Goodbye Horses @ Centre Culturel Libertaire Wazemmes [ destroy ] apéro-réunion de lancement de la Gro…
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As Anchorage, Alaska is experiencing a record snowfall, there is some good news: The snow is storing a significant amount of nitrogen, which is sometimes referred to as "poor man's fertilizer" (12 lbs of nitrogen per acre). That said, be sure to remove the snow from the greenhouse and shed to prevent them from collapsing. Jeff and Jonathan are also…
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Evénements annoncés : [ concert ] The Skalogg’s @ Radio Boomerang [ ciné-débat ] « Avortement, les croisés contre-attaquent » @ Méliès V. d’Ascq [ jeux ] aprèm Jeux de société @ CCL2 Wazemmes [ Bingo Drag ] @ St-So Lille [ orga ] nisons-nous ! @ Polder Hellemmes [ concert ] Ø Trio + Almufaraka + Magician’s Box Mixed Up (@ Centre Culturel Libertaire…
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This week, Jeff and Jonathan rekindle last week’s discussion about microplastics in the environment. But this time, they dive into a new scientific article that states there is more microplastics in the air than in the soil. Next, the team explores microbial fuel cells. That is, batteries that run off bacteria! Finally, the guys talk about the best…
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Evénements annoncés : [ ciné ] Berlin, Ecke Schönhauser@ Univers Moulins [ conférence ] gesticulée « Sois blanche et tais-toi » @ Anamorphose Fives [ BD ] soirée spéciale Angoulême @ librairie Le Bateau Livre Wazemmes [ concert ] Sisters Of Mercy @ Splendid Fives [ poésie ] Rumeur Poétique #17 @ Moulinette Moulins [ concert ] Kenmujo + Landrose @ P…
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Host, Eleni Koursari, interviews Smriti Arora & Nitika Bhambri, from the University of Petroleum and Energy Studies (UPES), India, about their 2022 Article Award-winning paper from FEMS Microbiology Letters: “A designer diet layout for astronauts using a microbiome mediated approach”. In this podcast, we learn about how the microbiome of astronauts…
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The days are finally getting longer in Alaska, and Jeff and Jonathan are getting excited for gardening in 2024! This week, the guys start off by discussing the differences between ectomycorrhizal fungi (which are found more near the equator) and endomycorrhizal fungi (which thrive near the north and south pole areas). After the break, the guys delv…
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Have you ever thought about the trillions of invisible, microscopic entities inhabiting your body right now? While much of the microbiome spotlight shines on bacteria, there's a hidden side to this story that many people overlook. In this podcast episode, we discuss the lesser-known residents of our microbiome: viruses. These tiny but potent entiti…
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In this episode of Microbe Talk Clare is joined by Rick Mumford, Deputy Chief Scientific Advisor & Deputy Director of Science Evidence & Research at the UK Food Standards Agency (FSA). They chat about research and surveillance of foodborne antimicrobial resistance (AMR), delivering on the 5-year National Action Plan and look to the future of foodbo…
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Invasive candidiasis (IC)...or evasive candidiasis? This famous fungus somehow managed to cause a great deal of anxiety, especially when it comes to confirming the diagnosis. In this episode, we talk about risk factors for disease, diagnosis and treatment of IC. About our Guest: Dr Tari Papavarnavas completed his medical degree at University of Pre…
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Événements annoncés : [ ciné ] Cléo de 5 à 7 @ l’Univers Lille [ ciné ] Nos corps sont vos champs de bataille @ Anamorphose Fives [ concert ] Garrrot + Kitchen Tool Set + The Male Idiot Theory @ Bout de Nos Rêves Tournai [ conférence ] gesticulée « Mes pieds dans les étriers » @ Polder Hellemmes [ concert ] Edgar Déception + Jaguar Jaune @ Centre C…
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Evénements annoncés : [ expo ] Marine Foratier @ Moulinette Lille [ santé ] permanence du Garcon59 @ Moulinette Lille [ ciné ] La Cabane aux oiseaux @ l'Univers Lille [ discussion ] Les hommes et le féminisme : faux-amis, poseurs ou alliés ? @ Polder Hellemmes [ littérature ] Assises de la poésie de le Bibli @ Anamorphose Fives [ concert ] Krav Boc…
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This week Jeff and Jonathan wrap up 2023 by encouraging folks to make sure and recycle their Christmas trees. Next, the team brings in 2024 by discussing some New Year’s gardening resolutions. These include: Stop using artificial nutrients Use (and make) more compost Grow something from seed Roll seeds in mycorrhizal fungi Test your soil Stop rotot…
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Biochar is a black carbon compound produced through pyrolysis, enhancing soil fertility and plant growth in gardening. This week Jeff and Jonathan discuss some scientific studies about biochar, how some Alaska Native tribes have historically incorporated it into their gardens, as well as some pros and cons to using it. Next, the team has some fun c…
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This week Jeff and Jonathan discuss more scientific studies. First, they consider how fungi and bacteria impact water freezing. These “ice nucleators” are what cause ice crystals to form into snow and hail. Next, the team discusses plant growth-promoting rhizobacteria (PGPR). These superheroes of the soil are nitrogen fixing bacteria that include p…
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It’s the final episode of 2023 so Clare, Katie and Adam got together to discuss their favourite Microbe Talk moments of 2023 and what they’re most looking forward to in 2024. If you want to listen back to any of the podcast episodes mentioned in the podcast you can find these below: The bacteriophage: is the enemy of our enemy a friend? Dr John Mun…
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événements annoncés : [ ciné ] Allemagne Année Zéro @ Anamorphose Lille [ expo ] Mujeres De Primavera @ La Moulinette Lille [ concert ] Chorale de la Chaufferie @ Polder Hellemmes [ jeux ] Blind Test #2 @ Yéti Lille [ poésie ] Familles, Je Vous Haime ! @ Moulinette Lille [ littérature ] bibli collective @ Anamorphose Fives [ numérique ] Pop café Wi…
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This week Jeff and Jonathan discuss a new scientific study that looks into how adding mycorrhizal fungai to certain types of farmland can increase the yield by more than 40 percent! Later, the team discusses how redwood trees reproduce, highlighting the fact that scientists have found buds that extend back 1,000 years. Finally, Jeff shares how a ce…
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In this episode of Microbe Talk, Policy and Engagement Officer Katie chats to Dr Tina Joshi and Dr Catrin Moore, the Microbiology Society members leading on the Society’s brand new antimicrobial resistance (AMR) project, Knocking Out AMR. In this episode, Katie, Tina and Catrin talk about what the new project is, how it came to be, and how people c…
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Evénements annoncés : [ ciné ] Open Screen Filles en feu @ l'Univers Lille [ salon ] Festi'Num @ Faches-Thumesnil [ ciné ] P'tit Ciné Citoyen "handicap" @ l'Univers Lille [ action / soutien ] soirée soutien Emmaüs St-André @ APU Fives Lille [ conf ] gesticulée "Les goûts et les couleurs tu sais" @ Polder Hellemmes [ ciné ] Carte blanche au Labo K @…
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In this episode, Hilary Lappin-Scott discusses her time as FEMS President with host Joseph Shuttleworth as her 4-year term comes to an end. She runs through some of her favourite moments and most difficult challenges while leaving us with her final message to the microbiology community. --- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/po…
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This week Jeff and Jonathan discuss the use of coffee grounds in the garden, as well as gardening in general. Apart from being one of the best drinks on the planet, coffee (or coffee grounds) can work wonders in your compost or mulch. Later on, the team debunks some common myths about coffee in the garden, such as its acidity or its alleged ability…
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Evénements annoncés : [ brico militant ] Atelier théorique du Court-Circuit @ CCL Lille [ action ] « Zalig & Café » @ CCL Lille [ théâtre ] « La Trouée » @ Maison Folie Wazemmes Lille [ concert ] Civic + A Void @ Aéronef Lille [ ciné ] « L’État des choses » @ l’Univers Lille [ conf gesticulée ] « Sous les pétales - Entre invisibilisation et stigmat…
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This week Jeff and Jonathan break down the garden science behind ramial chipped wood. They discuss its French roots, how it’s made, as well as the benefits it provides for soil, insects and animals. Later, the team discusses the complex underground web of life created by voles, as well as how to keep them out of your garden! As always, Jeff and Jon…
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Evénements annoncés : [ ciné ] Quand passent les cigognes @ Anamorphose Lille [ concert ] Enola Gay + Vaag @ Grand Mix Tourccoing [ concert ] Mudd + Sunset Motel Vacancy @ Brat Cave Lille [ littérature ] Sécession / Sohpie Djigo @ Camion Roubaix [ écoute ] Barge / Héloïse K. & Mayday Radio Canut @ Anamorphose Lille [ conf + mix ] Wake The Town & Te…
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This week is all about science! The team delves into some new studies that show plants can benefit from being exposed to sound. For example, did you know that plants will grow toward the sound of water? Later, Jeff dives into some recent work by MIT engineers who have created protective coatings that will protect bacteria from damage (which can pot…
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Rebecca Barksby of The Lancet Microbe speaks to Professor Kate Baker about the challenges, potential, and recommendations for using genomics to monitor antimicrobial resistance. Read the full Series: https://www.thelancet.com/series/amr-genomics?dgcid=buzzsprout_icw_podcast_generic_lanmic Continue this conversation on social! Follow us today at... …
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For World Antibiotic Awareness Week 2023, we are focusing on setting up antimicrobial stewardship in low and middle income settings with limited resources and a high burden of antimicrobial resistance. About our Guest: Prenika Jaglal is a Clinical Microbiologist having obtained an FC Path(Micro) and a Master’s degree at UKZN. She is currently based…
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Événements annoncés : [ action ] AG publique et cantine @ Emmaüs Saint-André [ littérature & musique ] Le Ventre De La Mer @ Polder Hellemmes [ concert ] Dendrons + Manatee Pizza @ Malterie Lille [ ciné ] projection de Relaxe @ Polder Hellemmes [ bricopratique ] Atelier fermentations @ Anamorphose Fives [ litérature & action ] Rencontre cordistes e…
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This week Jeff and Jonathan continue their conversations about taking care of gardens and yards during the winter months. For example, it’s good to protect your perennials by covering them with snow. Then, for all you science lovers out there, Jeff talks about the fascinating possibilities of growing plants and food on Earth’s Moon (and even Mars)!…
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Événements annoncés : [ action ] semaine d’actions de soutien aux travailleurs d’Emmaüs @ Saint-André [ conf ] Les travailleurs des plateformes @ ESJ Lille [ conf ] Introduction géopolitique à la confrontation entre la Russie et l’Ukraine @ PBA Lille [ expo ] Alice Evrard @ Moulinette Lille [ ciné / débat] EACOP : a crude reality @ Univers Lille [ …
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As southcentral Alaska endures its first snow storm of the season, the guys talk about a variety of indoor lighting systems to help your plants thrive during the winter months. Also, did you know that snow has a little bit of nitrogen in it (poor man’s fertilizer)!? Other topics include indoor hydroponic gardening systems, as well as what to look f…
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Evénements annoncés : [ conf ] La Machine, l'horloge et le prolétaire / Didier Terrier @ Cité Scientifique V. d'Ascq [ action ] rencontre-discussion autour des fanzines LGBTQI+ @ centre LGBT Lille [ action ] atelier théorique d'électricité @ Anamorphose Lille [ ciné ] projection-débat Partir à l'aventure @ l'Univers Lille [ conf ] La Constitution m…
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The Pathology Research and Development Congress (PathRed) is hosted by the National Health Laboratory Service every 2nd year. With a focus on Pathology disciplines, it is a fantastic meeting to learn about diagnostic advancements in Africa. Ruan and I attended the meeting and were able to snatch a few interviews with speakers and delegates. To lear…
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Jeff and Jonathan dispel some common myths about caring for indoor plants during the winter season. They also talk about some solutions including testing soil, using a microbiometer and repotting plants. Plus, Jonathan tells a Halloween story that involves…Miracle Grow? ********************************************** Have a question? Let us know at …
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If you are interested in opportunities for organisations to collaborate with the Microbiology Society, please email knockingoutamr@microbiologysociety.org or to register your individual interest please visit the Knocking out AMR webpage. To find out about the latest updates, follow us on Twitter @MicrobioSoc using the hashtag #KnockingOutAMR. You c…
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