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  1. Catch up with the EMI lecture
    Catch up with the EMI lecture

    Catch up with the Environmental Microbiology journal lecture with this report from our Communications Manager and the accompanying video.

  2. Journal highlight - potential new antimicrobial against Gram-negative bacteria
    Journal highlight - potential new antimicrobial against Gram-negative bacteria

    An enzyme, Mitrecin A, from a previously uncharacterized soil bacteria, provides potential options for new biocontrol agents.

  3. Scientists create potentially safer genetically modified bacteria
    Scientists create potentially safer genetically modified bacteria

    Scientists from Yale University and Harvard Medical School have created genetically modified bacteria which can only survive with access to compounds not available in nature.

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SfAM tweets

  1. sfamtweets: Heard of Vibrio vulnificus? No? Well, beware, it is coming to a shore near you and it's deadly! http://t.co/vwh4dAzEWT

    10:06 AM Jan 29

  2. sfamtweets: Catch up with the EMI lecture - molecular techniques to characterise microbial communities - lessons from nitrifiers http://t.co/PgunzG1Xys

    3:15 PM Jan 28