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  1. How Microbiology is making paper for the future.
    How Microbiology is making paper for the future.

    With millions of tonnes of paper being produced annually, this really adds up to a lot of trees. Of course many companies now are well aware of ways to harvest trees sustainably – whether it is chopping trees in moderation, or replanting as they go – but sustainable deforestation doesn’t always equate to sustainable paper-making.

  2. Nominations invited for Pierce memorial prize
    Nominations invited for Pierce memorial prize

    This prestigious prize is awarded each year at the annual Summer Conference to the young microbiologist (under 40!) who has made a substantial contribution to the science of applied microbiology. It is worth £3000!

  3. Journal Highlight - Plastic waste as a novel substrate for industrial biotechnology
    Journal Highlight - Plastic waste as a novel substrate for industrial biotechnology

    Preparation of desiccation-resistant aquatic-living Nostoc flagelliforme (Cyanophyceae) for potential ecological application

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