We're pleased to offer a selection of free articles from six key topic areas that the FEMS journals have covered over the last two years:
Antimicrobial resistance • Food Microbiology • Microbiomes • Biotechnology & Synthetic Biology • Environmental microbiology • Virology
FEMS Microbiology Letters is evolving: two sections of importance to the field of microbiology are added. We are now accepting papers on Virology and Professional Development. You can read more about the development of Letters in the latest editorial of Editor-in-Chief Rich Boden.
Oxford University Press (OUP) is delighted to announce that on 21 November the first new content from the prestigious Federation of European Microbiological Societies (FEMS) journals went live following our new contract with the Federation earlier this year.
‘Original and esthetic’, was the enthusiastic comment of the jury on Lesley Robertson’s submission. The video ‘Through the eyes of Antonie van Leeuwenhoek’ shows what the first visual encounter with microbes probably looked like.
The FEMS Image Contest is part of our 40th anniversary celebrations. The winner of the FEMS Image Contest will receive book tokens from Oxford University Press at a value of £ 250 and showcasing of her video both the Oxford Academic Tumblr
page and OUP’s YouTube channel.
Have a look!
Just before this summer, a lot of debate was going on about antibiotic resistance. Some great initiatives, and perhaps even more alarming reports.
Antibiotic resistance is an issue that should be addressed. But how? And what role should FEMS and microbiological societies fulfill? Join the discussion on Facebook or email communications(at)fems-microbiology(dot)org.
Nominations Vice-President & Member-at-Large (Meetings Board)
Nominations Delegates Representatives (Publications-Awards-Meetings Boards)
Browse through the latest thematic issue on #Yeast Synthetic #Biology http://bit.ly/1C7HCbS to get new tools to unlock cellular function!