Schools & Public Engagement
Have a look at the videos below to see some examples of schools and public engagement work supported by SfAM:
"The Hawaiian bobtail squid - when science and nature collide" is an animation about the bioluminescent marine microbe Vibrio fischeri and was funded by SfAM's Public Engagement Grant.
The World of Microbiology project *
* This work was established using funding from the Wellcome Trust. SfAM continued the funding from July 2011.
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The Society for Applied Microbiology (SfAM) is the voice of applied microbiology and oldest microbiology society in the UK. Its object is to advance for the benefit of the public the science of microbiology in its application to the environment, human and animal health, agriculture and industry.
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