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  1. SfAM after the EU Referendum
    SfAM after the EU Referendum

    In common with other UK based learned societies, the Society for Applied Microbiology is assessing the short and longer term effect the proposed withdrawal of the UK from the European Union may have on some of our members.

  2. W H Pierce Prize 2016
    W H Pierce Prize 2016

    Each year at our annual Summer Conference, we award our prestigious W H Pierce Prize to a young microbiologist who has made a substantial contribution to the science of applied microbiology.

  3. SfAM is on the move!
    SfAM is on the move!

    As the Society for Applied Microbiology continues to expand and develop, we are delighted to announce that we will be moving to new premises this summer.

About SfAM

SfAM is the oldest microbiology society in the UK, serving microbiologists around the world. As the voice of applied microbiology, SfAM works 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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SfAM Tweets

  1. sfamtweets: Happy Birthday Rosalind Franklin. Her images allowed others to model DNA as a double helix. How wronged was she? https://t.co/UEJBQJrarr

    6:50 AM Jul 25

  2. sfamtweets: Bacteria made to produce cancer drugs then self-destruct to release drugs at site of tumour https://t.co/Tkncvh9xmF https://t.co/gehtZuNw0G

    3:05 AM Jul 21